How to Avoid Buying a Lemon When Purchasing Your Next Car
Updated: Jul 21
Is it possible for a car to be unfixable? Therefor labeling it a Lemon.
It sounds like a crazy question, but some cars can be unfixable. The general rule when it comes to unfixable or lemon cars is that "within the first year of ownership if after four attempts, or more than 30 days in the shop, a vehicle isn't fixed, it is deemed a lemon." Once it is deemed a lemon the car manufacturer needs to take it back.
According to Lemon Laws you should document everything that is wrong with the car. If your car is a lemon you could either get a full refund or the manufacturer may offer a replacement vehicle.
Even if your car has passed the time limit/mileage limit you could still receive compensation depending on other consumer-protection laws.
How can we help?
As a top-rated auto repair shop who has been in the business for many years, we are expected to fix any problem when it comes to vehicles that are brought in to be serviced. That isn't always the case when it comes to a lemon vehicle. If you feel like your car is a lemon, please give us a call at (210)341-1171. We will check your vehicle thoroughly and will notify you if it's a lemon.