Driving a Tesla has become an infatuation for many. The vehicle’s unmatched performance and integration of cutting edge technology simply captivate consumers. It makes consumers blind or at least oblivious to the price tag and the lack of refined luxury features we have become accustomed to seeing in Mercedes-Benz or BMW vehicles.
However, Tesla manufactured vehicles are just that – vehicles manufactured by Tesla. And all manufactured goods, including those by Tesla, Mercedes Benz, and BMW, have a certain frequency of defects. For some consumers, the infatuation is so deep that they cannot even fathom the thought of suing Tesla to get a refund. However, the lemon law does apply to all including, but not limited to, Teslas!
What does this mean for you? If you are a die heart Tesla fan it means even if your vehicle is defective, even if you are entitled to a refund of your money, you will not have the audacity to hire an attorney and demand that Tesla refunds your purchase price. However, if you like Teslas but value your safety and your hard-earned money more than if your Tesla exhibits defects you will be able to take legal action and recover a refund based on the facts of your circumstances and the applicable lemon law or dealer fraud consumer laws. You may even be doing others a favor by pointing out a defect, taking a stand and making Tesla take notice.
The purpose of this article is to demystify the tales that Tesla vehicles can not be lemons or that nobody can successfully return a defective Tesla vehicle and obtain a refund. This is not to say that all Tesla vehicles are defective. They are not.
At The Margarian Law Firm, we have successfully handled lemon law cases against practically all vehicle manufacturers. If you have been experiences malfunctions with your vehicle, regardless of its manufacturer, we may be able to assist you in obtaining a refund. Call us today for a free consultation.