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Dodge Models with the Most Recalls

Dodge is one of the biggest and most prominent American automakers. Founded in 1900, the brand has produced a wide range of vehicles across the globe. Dodge has built a reputation for affordability and quality – but the catalog has been subjected to a fair share of recalls. Here are the models with the most issues.

Dodge Durango

The Durango was introduced in the late 1990s and is a favorite full-size SUV for families everywhere. While the model consistently receives favorable reviews, it has the most recalls of all Dodge vehicles – with 134 for issues including,

Dodge Charger

The Dodge Charger is one of the older models on the list – having first hit the market in 1966. The vehicle has many iterations, including hatchbacks, subcompacts, muscle cars, luxury cars, and most notably, sedans. Throughout its storied history, the Charger has amassed 129 recalls for problems including:

Dodge Grand Caravan

The Grand Caravan has been a staple in family road trips for nearly 40 years, with production from 1984 to 2020. The popular minivan spanned three generations and currently has 121 recalls. These stemmed from problems including:

Dodge Caravan

The Caravan – also discontinued in 2020 – has widely been praised as one of the greatest minivans on the market. With a storied history dating back to the mid-1980s, the model has 98 recalls to its name for issues related to:

Dodge Dakota

The Dakota is one of Dodge’s prized mid-size pickup truck models. The vehicle spanned across three generations and was nominated for North American Truck of the Year in 2000 – but it’s no stranger to defects. The Dakota has been recalled 93 times for problems related to:

Does Your Vehicle Qualify for Dodge Lemon Law California?

No one wants to find themselves owning or leasing a defective vehicle. It’s important to understand that a single product defect does not always mean you have a lemon. To be eligible for benefits under Dodge lemon law in California, your vehicle must meet the following qualifications:

To prove your Dodge is a lemon, you’ll need to have all necessary documents in place confirming the qualifications of Dodge lemon law in California – including repair orders, invoices, and other records.

Dodge Lemon Law FAQs

Which vehicles are covered by Dodge lemon law in California?

Any Dodge vehicle sold with a manufacturer or dealership warranty in the state of California may be eligible for a Dodge lemon law buyback or replacement – as long as the defect(s) was first reported to the manufacturer within the terms of the warranty.

What compensation can I seek in a Dodge lemon law buyback?

The settlement for a Dodge lemon law buyback will vary from case to case. Assuming your vehicle meets the qualifications of Dodge Charger lemon law, Dodge Ram lemon law, or any other model, you may seek compensation for:

Am I still eligible for Dodge lemon law benefits if my warranty expires?

You are only eligible for a Dodge lemon law buyback if the defect(s) was reported to the manufacturer or dealership while the warranty was still in effect. Even if the warranty expires during the repair process, it can still qualify as a lemon.

What’s the time limit to seek a Dodge lemon law buyback?

There is a four-year statute of limitations to seek Dodge lemon law benefits in California.

We strongly recommend you start the lemon law process as soon as it meets the state’s qualifications. The longer you wait to file a claim, the weaker your case may be. For instance, waiting a year after determining your vehicle meets the qualifications of Dodge lemon law implies the defect may not be “substantial” enough to warrant a claim.

Additionally, driving around with a defective vehicle puts you and other drivers in danger. Your best course of action is to start the Dodge lemon law process as soon as possible.

Can I seek a Dodge lemon law buyback with a used vehicle?

Fortunately, yes. California is one of the few states that extend lemon law rights to used vehicles. Dealerships typically sell used vehicles with dealer warranties. These are shorter than manufacturer warranties and are usually good for 30 days or before 1,000 miles accrue on the odometer. If your vehicle meets the qualifications of Dodge lemon law within these terms, it can be processed like new.

What happens if I bought my Dodge vehicle “as is”?

Buying a vehicle “as is” means there is no warranty in effect and you take complete responsibility for the condition of the vehicle. These agreements are typical in private car sales. Dealerships are required to disclose if a vehicle is being sold “as is” on the buyer’s guide. When you purchase a vehicle “as is”, you have no protection under Dodge lemon law California.

What happens if there is no indication of a dealer warranty or “as is” agreement?

In some cases, there may be no indication of a warranty or “as is” agreement for a new vehicle. In this situation, the vehicle has an implied warranty of merchantability. This is an unspoken warranty that promises the vehicle is fit for its intended purpose, typically covering the essential components of the vehicle.

In California, implied warranties are good for 60 days up to a year.

How much do Dodge lemon law California lawyers cost?

When you hire a California lemon law attorney, you shouldn’t have to pay anything out of pocket.

The terms of a Dodge lemon law buyback state that the manufacturer is required to pay for all attorney fees and court costs. Lemon lawyers know they will get paid once they win the case – and work with clients on a contingency fee agreement. In other words, everyone with a legitimate lemon law claim can afford a skilled attorney.

Should I Hire an Attorney to Pursue a Dodge Lemon Law Buyback?

Hiring a lemon law attorney with good experience working with Dodge is the most important part of the process. Even if it is perfectly clear that your vehicle meets the qualifications of Dodge lemon law California, there are never any guarantees of results.

Big name automakers are worth billions of dollars; they can afford the best legal defense money can buy. Trying to fight for a fair settlement against these high-powered legal teams without an attorney will almost certainly leave you short-changed. A lemon attorney knows how to go up against these teams and fight for full compensation.

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