Lemon laws are just that, a crappy law that is all talk most of the time.
Car manufacturers don’t give a rat’s butt if you eventually have a so called lemon.
I even learned a few things when I was suing Nissan when they returned my maxima leaking after repairing a different leak.
Of course I lost in small claims court against TWO Nissan lawyers! Or it could have been 3 that represented the defendant. Don’t even remember the corporate representative. They spent more on lawyers than my freaking damage to my vehicle!
Since I represented myself, I believe I kinda won since they had to spend for all those lawyers. Lolz.
Did you know that the better business bureau is nothing but a scam where a company pays for its rating from them?
Your complaints really get you no where with them, so when I see a company mention their association, it don’t mean a darn thing. So BBB is really bs!
And the majority of winning with the lemon law is by using an expensive lawyer, more money into your problem.
Because car manufacturers don’t care if you call them (Nissan) and mention any lemon law.
But there is a way to win a lemon law case without an expensive lawyer.
It is today’s multi- media. Not only that you have your local on your side segments with your tv/newspaper reporters.
You have what is in front of you now. The all powerful internet.
And one thing that companies today hate is bad publicity.
Now you don’t have to just tell an uncaring car dealer.
You can tell everybody about your lemon to your family, friends, and the world.
Use Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, tik Tok to tell the world.
Hopefully that can help.
Looked what happen when the bad publicity about their cvts has caused already. No profit for the last quarter.
The cvts alone should have told you that these cars have been lemon quality for years, too bad you got sucked into the Nissan vortex of crappy manufacturing.
Lemon laws don’t really mean anything to the customers who can’t fight a car manufacturers unless they pay for an expensive lawyer.