Nissan Lemon Law Lawyer

The California Lemon Law, protects consumers who buy or lease new or used vehicles with defects. If your Nissan experiences a defect affecting its use, value, or safety, and the manufacturer or its authorized dealers fail to fix it after a reasonable number of attempts, you may be eligible for a replacement vehicle or a refund. This law covers both purchased and leased vehicles.

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Here is an example of a recent Nissan case: 2019 Nissan Kicks

Warranty: 5-year/60,00 mile warranty

  • Repair #1: Defect: Unsecured fog light lens, replaced
  • Repair #2: Defect: Volume knobs not functioning, repaired
  • Repair #3: Defect: Warning codes appearing, all reset
  • Repair #4: Defect: Malfunction light intermittently on, repaired
  • Repair #5: Defect: Collision warning light remains on, continued investigation

Case outcome: Vehicle buy back from Nissan, including applicable taxes and fees.

About Nissan:

Nissan Motor Co. Ltd., headquartered in Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan, is a Japanese multinational automobile manufacturer selling vehicles under the Nissan, Infiniti, and formerly Datsun brands, alongside performance tuning products under Nismo and Autech. Its origins trace back to the Nissan zaibatsu in the early 20th century. Ranking as the sixth largest automaker globally in 2017, Nissan boasts significant revenue, standing as the ninth largest automobile maker worldwide in 2022. Notably, it leads Japanese brands in key markets like China, Russia, and Mexico. Recognized as the world's largest electric vehicle (EV) manufacturer as of April 2018, Nissan's flagship electric vehicle, the Nissan LEAF, is one of the top-selling electric cars globally.

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