Essentially, the Lemon Law requires manufacturers to meet the terms of all warranties. The manufacturer must repair or correct any defect or condition which substantially impairs the use and value of the vehicle, during the warranty period or during the period of one year following delivery of the vehicle to the consumer, whichever is the earlier date.
If the manufacturer or authorized dealer has been unable to repair the condition after a reasonable number of attempts, then, under the law, the consumer may be entitled to a replacement vehicle of equal value or a refund of the full purchase/lease price and collateral costs, less an allowance for the consumer`s use.
The law presumes that a reasonable number of attempts have been made after:
However, the manufacturer does not have to make a refund or replace the motor vehicle if: