If a vehicle or consumer good you have purchased/leased fails to meet the warranty provided by its manufacturer, then it is a “lemon” and you may be entitled to a refund/replacement vehicle or good. If the vehicle is not deemed to be a lemon, you may be entitled to compensation in the form of cash refund under the lemon laws.
The California lemon laws apply to new, used, purchased, or leased vehicles that have been sold with an explicitly written warranty.
If you have purchased a lemon, your refund will consist of:
Down payment and monthly payments
Sales tax, financing, registration, service contracts, and other collaterals
Incidental and consequential expenses relating to the lemon (rental cars, towing, etc.)
Payment of the loan balance
Refunds are based on your purchase price, regardless of who the original owner is and what they paid.
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