If it has been decided that your vehicle is a lemon, you may choose between either a refund or a new replacement vehicle that is acceptable to you. You have the right to decline a replacement vehicle in favor of a refund.
In your refund, the manufacturer is entitled to deduct a reasonable allowance for vehicle use, usually computed based on the number of miles driven before the first report of the defect, as well as a reasonable allowance for damage not attributable to normal wear and tear (this would not include damage resulting from the said defect). After this deduction, you are entitled to receive the refund of the purchase price as well as any incidental costs, all credits and allowances for any tradein vehicle, and other charges and fees.
If the following conditions prevail, you are not eligible for legal remedy under the Lemon Law: