Jaguar is an iconic British car manufacturer that fully merged with Land Rover in 2016. Jaguar’s new line of electric SUVs has been popular, and the company anticipates more success. However, Jaguar underperforms in terms of reliability and customer satisfaction. If you have purchased a defective Jaguar lemon in California, you may have a right to require Jaguar to buy back your vehicle.
Discuss Your Jaguar Lemon Law Case With a Skilled Attorney
If you suspect that your Jaguar is a lemon and could be defective, and you’re constantly taking your Jaguar to the repair shop, you may be entitled to reimbursement or a replacement of your vehicle. At Wirtz Law, we have a team of highly-trained attorneys with an in-depth understanding of the California lemon law. We are ready to review your case and take action on your behalf carefully. Contact us today to schedule your free case evaluation and learn more about your rights.
California’s Lemon Law for Jaguar Vehicles
California lemon law offers protection to Consumers who purchase vehicles in California. Consumers are entitled to a vehicle that is free from defects. If you’ve recently leased or purchased a Jaguar that’s under factory warranty, and it continues to break down, is immobilized, or constantly needs repair, your Jaguar may qualify as a lemon. California lemon law protects consumers who purchase all kinds of vehicles, including trucks, cars, SUVs, and more. If you have purchased one of the following Jaguars and suspected is a lemon, we recommend discussing your case with one of our experienced attorneys:
- Jaguar E-Pace
- Jaguar F-Pace
- Jaguar F-Type
- Jaguar I-Pace
- Jaguar XE
- Jaguar XF
- Jaguar XJ
- Jaguar XK
- Jaguar X-Type
- Jaguar S-Type
Common Lemon Law Defects in Jaguar
Various issues affect Jaguars, one of which is ignition coil or spark plug failure. These failures can be caused by improper heat ranges or chemical contamination. The most common cause of damage to spark plugs results from improper torque installation. Jaguars are also susceptible to suspension system failure.
Worn suspension components can reduce the Jaguar’s stability and reduce driver control. It can also accelerate wear on other suspension system components. Anytime the suspension parts are in jeopardy, the risk of a dangerous car accident increases. Brake failure is another dangerous defect common among Jaguars. When the brake system fails to work, the driver loses control of the vehicle, putting everyone on the road at risk. Other common defects with Jaguars include the following:
- Transmission issues
- Faulty locking mechanisms
- Malfunctioning clutch
- Problems while idling at traffic lights
- The vehicle rides lower than it should
- Vehicle looks uneven
- Abnormal noises during driving
- Difficulty steering
- Feeling every bump in the road
- The vehicle pulls while driving
The list above describes just a few of the issues that could cause a Jaguar to be considered a lemon. If you’re experiencing any of the issues listed above or other issues, we recommend setting up your free initial consultation to discuss your vehicle with a Jaguar lemon law attorney.
Does My Jaguar Qualify As a Faulty Vehicle?
If you suspect that you have a lemon, you will need to give the dealership a reasonable number of attempts to repair your Jaguar under warranty. After a reasonable number of attempts, if the problem continues, you may qualify for a replacement of your vehicle or for Jaguar to buy back your vehicle from you. There’s no set number for what constitutes a reasonable number of attempts, but it could be as few as two times.
You will also need to prove that your Jaguar is under warranty to qualify for relief through the California lemon law. If your Jaguar is out of warranty, but you took it in for repairs while it was still under warranty, you may still qualify. Furthermore, you do not need to still own or lease your Jaguar to seek relief. As long as your Jaguar is or was under warranty during the repairs, you can seek relief under California’s lemon law.
I Think My Jaguar Is a Defective. What Should I Do Now?
If you think that your Jaguar is a lemon, gather all of the documentation related to your Jaguar and all of the repair visits. We also recommend that you reach out to an attorney as soon as possible. In California, you only have a limited amount of time to file a lemon law claim. The dealership may try to deflect the continuing issues that your Jaguar is experiencing, and an attorney can assist you when that happens.
At Wirtz Law, our attorneys are trial-ready and prepared to take your case to trial. We advocate assertively on behalf of our clients, and we hold large auto manufacturing companies accountable when they sell consumers lemons. If you suspect that your Jaguar is a lemon, contact an attorney as soon as possible.
Contact a Jaguar Lemon Law Attorney in California
If you can’t rely upon your Jaguar and repairs were done under warranty, we recommend discussing your case with an attorney. The skilled lemon law attorneys at Wirtz Law will carefully review your case and pursue your right to compensation. We have a track record of successfully recovering millions of dollars on behalf of our clients. Stop dealing with the stress of taking your Jaguar to the repair shop over and over again. Instead, get the compensation you deserve. Contact Wirtz Law today to schedule your free initial consultation.
The lemon law attorneys at Wirtz Law help residents of California with the Jaguar lemon law claims all throughout California including Los Angeles, San Diego, and Orange County.
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