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Attention California consumers…

Attention California consumers who own the 2012 FIAT 500 through 2015 FIAT 500 cars, gas or electric. The California LEMON LAW LEGAL GROUP has identified common problems which may entitle you to thousands of dollars in compensation, including a full California lemon law buyback or replacement car.

Lemon Law Lawyers in California Notice a Lemon Vehicle – the FIAT 500.

There is a high percentage of 2012 through 2015 FIAT 500 cars sold in California with recurring defects. In fact, according to Auto Guide, Fiat is the manufacturer with the highest number of lemon law claims – with one filed for every 76,800 vehicles produced.

Some of the common FIAT problems reported include:

  • Driveability concerns
  • Defects which have manifested in a no-start issue
  • Engine stalling
  • Burning smell
  • Loss of power
  • Engine or power shut-down
  • Warning lights on FIAT 500 dashboard
  • Gearbox issues
  • Shock absorber problems
  • Fuel filling problems
  • Overheating warning

Moreover, other FIAT 500 transmission problems include shifting problems, engagement delays, transmission slipping.

As an owner, you may also have experienced noises when turning left or right, engine overheating, and/or instrument cluster warning lights including the check engine light (CEL), or airbag light (SRS).

Known FIAT 500 lemon law problems.

FIAT knows these issues exist and they have tried numerous software updates to resolve common issues with FIAT 500s. They have also issued recalls and Technical Service Bulletins (TSB) with a FIAT recall list of more than 50,000 vehicles sold between 2010 and 2013.

But despite these repair attempts, many of these vehicles remain in need of permanent repair. FIAT has demonstrated an inability to remedy the FIAT 500 transmission issues and defective conditions.

If your FIAT 500 has been to the repair facility on 2 or more occasions, or in the repair shop for a total of 30 or more days, you may be entitled to a California lemon law buyback or replacement vehicle. In addition, FIAT must pay your attorneys’ fees!

Even if the repair facility temporarily fixed your FIAT 500, you may still qualify for California lemon law protection.

California LEMON LAW LEGAL GROUP buy back calculator.

Please visit our website and calculate your FIAT 500 California lemon law buy back.

Follow the prompts and our calculator will calculate an estimated FIAT 500 buyback. If you have questions about your specific circumstances, or general questions about the California lemon law, please call us at 888.982.6915 or fill out our online form. We would be happy to discuss concerns.

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