Is your BMW a Lemon law case?

BMW Lemon Law and Compensation for Defective Vehicles

There are numerous issues such as mechanical, electrical and safety brakes that have experienced by BMW consumers. Many of these customers have dealt with a BMW lemon. Several class action lawsuits have been filed against BMW for similar reasons. The Lemon Law protects BMW customers who buy or lease new vehicles under warranty. Each state has its own Lemon Law and presumption criteria. Dangerous, life-threatening defects are very common in vehicles. It is comforting to know that there are investigations for these defects, but sometimes, these investigations can lead nowhere. A lawsuit might not be filed, or the settlement for the lawsuit will be disappointing, and those who have suffered from the defect will think that there is no way to get properly reimbursed. But, this isn’t true.

There are ways to get compensation if there are defects in your vehicle. If your vehicle has multiple, irreparable manufacturing defects, also known as a Lemon, you can use Lemon Law to your advantage and get compensation. Compensation for Lemons includes the buyback of the defective vehicle, the payment of attorney’s fees, or a cash settlement. The Margarian Law Firm specializes in Lemon Law, Dealer Fraud, and Consumer Class Actions. We have helped multiple clients get compensation for their Lemons, and we can help you too. If you have a Lemon, contact The Margarian Law firm at (818) 553-1000. 

Issues that cause to your vehicle affects on the vehicles use, value and safety.

  • An issue with a vehicle’s usage is one that prohibits you from using it as it was designed to be operated.
  • When a flaw prevents a car from fetching the price it ordinarily would if the problem weren’t present, the car’s value is reduced.
  • Safety issues are issues that endanger the driver, the passengers, and other motorists.

Even though BMW automobiles are regarded for their high quality, a flaw might nonetheless exist. BMW lemon cars can be driven off the lot due to manufacturing errors, system failures, or design flaws. There are several potential flaws that may turn a BMW into a lemon. The following are some of the most recent issues that BMW owners have had with their vehicles:

  • Software Issues
  • Electrical System
  • Steering
  • Engine Overheating

Our clients also experienced a wide variety of problems with the BMW vehicle afterwards. These problems include:

  • Loud Turbo

Our client had noticed that the turbo was loud whenever accelerating, but no repairs were completed for this since the repair shop could not find the issue.

  • Check Engine Light

After the client noticed the check engine light was on, they took the vehicle in for repairs again. A part of the engine was replaced and the issue was fixed.

  • Shifting Noise 

When shifting, the car would make a thumping noise coming from the back. When taken in for repairs , the part that caused the noise was found and replaced

  • IDrive Fault

BMW series with the optional upgrade BMW IDrive MFD Multi-Function Display Satellite Navigation System consumers must be aware of common defect that is typical to this brand owners. A very common problem that most people are experiencing is complete screen failure with full black screen which is common across the entire BMW iDrive MFD Multi Function Display Satellite Navigation System range. 

Get the compensation you deserve for your BMW lemon law case !

If you think that your vehicle is a Lemon, there are laws put in place for you to get proper compensation. The California Lemon Law allows forms of compensation such as a buyback of a defective vehicle, the payment of attorney’s fees, or a cash settlement. In order to get this compensation, you can contact the Margarian Law Firm. The Margarian Law Firm specializes in California Lemon Law, Dealer Fraud, and Consumer Class Actions. If you are in a situation similar to our client, or if you have been a victim of Dealer Fraud, contact the Margarian Law Firm at (818) 553-1000.


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