Fiat Lemon Law Attorney in San Diego

Fiat is an Italian auto legend. They first made their way into the United States back in 2011 with a popular and tiny Fiat 500. This car is manufactured by the Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, LLC, and it provides its owners with a 4-year/50,000 miles warranty, which is amazing. This warranty also covers all of the major components of Fiat; however, with the exception of its brakes and the tires.

Because of this Fiat warranty, the consumers who have purchased or leased their Fiat are able to get the service during that time period, at any of the authorized or official Fiat dealership within the country, and not only the dealership where it was originally leased or purchased.

This Fiat warranty also provide the protection under lemon law. This means that in the event that your vehicle or automobile is subjected to multiple repair attempts for the same issue, there is a possibility that your cute little Fiat might be a lemon.

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Fiat and the Lemon Law

Although an Italian made car, Fiat is still protected under the state’s and federal lemon laws. This lemon law helps protects your Fiat irrespective of the fact whether you purchase it or leased it. For your automobile to be covered under the lemon law, there has to be multiple repairs for the same issue or the problem that has caused or resulted in the issue to substantially impair the safety, value or the use of your Fiat vehicle.

In order to identify the substantial impairment to the use, value or safety of the vehicle requires the help of a professional and experienced lemon law attorney. This is simply because the consumer may not always be substantial to the manufacturer.

The difference of opinion here is becoming quite clear whenever dealing with the electrical issues and items. This includes Bluetooth, backup cameras and navigation. This is where an experienced lemon law attorney can help you and outline to the manufacturer as to how and why this is a substantial impairment of your safety, use and value to your Fiat.

Is My Fiat a Lemon?

While each of the lemon law claim is unique, but successful lemon law claims have been most commonly brought for the following Fiat models – Fiat 500, Fiat 500c, Fiat 500e, Fiat 500L, Fiat Linea, Fiat Punto, and the Fiat Uno. The common issues that were highlighted includes the following:

  • Clutch failing
  • Vehicle overheating in the traffic
  • Vehicle not shifting smoothly
  • Pressure plate failing
  • Engine stopping while driving
  • Noise when turning
  • Check engine light illuminating

If you think that your Fiat has been subjected to multiple repair attempts for the same or multiple same issues, there is a chance that your Fiat could be a lemon.

Contact C Scott Lemon Law Attorney for a Case Evaluation Today

If your Fiat has been multiple times into the dealership for repairs, there is a possibility that you are driving a Fact lemon. Moreover, the lemon law applies to your Fiat whether it used, new, leased or purchased. If you want to fully understand your lemon rights contact C Scott Lemon Law Attorney today at (619) 345-5599 for a free case evaluation. We believe that you should protect your lemon law rights, and for this, you need to contact a lemon law expert today and discuss the details of your issue that you are having with your Fiat.

Fiat provides its users with a basic, powertrain and emissions warranties, both with the new and purchased cars in the state of California. These warranties follow the car until they expire. Whether you bought a new, used, leased or purchased vehicles, if it is in the shop too often, and the problems start within the warranty period, your Fiat is a lemon.

Even if the Fiat manufacturer agrees to repurchase, replace or compensate you, it is extremely important to have an attorney on your side, who will help you in protecting your rights during the negotiation process, and we highly recommend you doing this. The release that they will ask you or request you to sign is a binding and legal agreements. Moreover, you should not be, at any case, be entered without a proper and suitable legal advice. This Release has clauses that may no be legal or they are unnecessary, this means that you could be unnecessarily giving up your rights.

However, with the advice of counsel being free, you don’t have to put yourself in such a position. Instead, you should contact us at (619) 345-5599 today.
Some of the potential Fiat Lemon Law issues also includes the following:

  • Strange noises
  • Temperature gauge issues
  • Speedometer issues
  • Fuel gauge issues
  • Loss of power
  • Paint bubbling, chipping, peeling
  • Check engine lights
  • Leaks, such as water, oil, antifreeze, coolant
  • Dashboard light issues
  • Poor shifting
  • Clutch issues
  • Transmission issues, such as popping, stalling and jerkin
  • No start conditions

At C Scott Lemon Law Attorney, we have represented various different Fiat owners for their unique set of problems, which include:

  • Vehicle not starting (Fiat 500 Pop and Fiat 500 Sport)
  • Transmission problems with several Fiat models, especially the Fiat 500 Abarth
  • Leaks coolant, water or antifreeze with Fiat 00 Lounge and Fiat 500 Pop
  • Dashboard lights illuminated, such as the airbag light or check engine light in Fiat 500 Spot and some other Fiat 500 models
  • Complete loss of power on the dashboard, speedometer, temperature gauge and killing of the fuel gauge, especially in Fiat 500c

So, if you have tried to fix any of the above-mentioned problems more than three times or over an extended period of time, then your Fiat is lemon and you deserve compensation via your State’s Lemon Law or Federal Warranty Law. Give us a call today at (619) 345-5599 for a free of cost case evaluation.


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