Think You've Got a Jeep Lemon?
You aren’t alone.
For the 2013 model year vehicles, federal safety investigators get at least one repair bulletins (called “Technical Service Bulletins"), telling Jeep dealers how to try to fix problems in its 2013 Jeeps, or one recall is announced, or one safety investigation is opened, or one owner complaint received - every week, 52 weeks a year. And the 2013 Jeep Wrangler has just as many factory repair bulletins issued by Chyrsler so far as did the 2012 Jeep Wrangler. Is your Jeep one of them?
With so many bad Jeeps on the road, it’s no wonder a lot of people think they’ve got a lemon Jeep sitting in their driveway.
The Jeep lemon laws were created especially for people like you who want to know how to get rid of their lemon Jeep.. At Ohio Lemon Law, we help people understand the lemon law so they can get rid of their Jeep Grand Cherokee lemon, Jeep Liberty lemon or Jeep Wrangler lemon vehicles and older models.
Think you may have a lemon Jeep? We can tell you for sure.
Not sure if what Chrysler is offering you is all you are entitled to get back? We can help you understand that.
Are you tired of arguing with Chrysler and getting nowhere? We can take care of that too. Getting rid of lemons and getting your money back, that's what we do. Everyday.
Recent Potential Jeep Lemons:
- 2013 Jeep Cherokee
- 2013 Jeep Compass
- 2013 Jeep Grand Cherokee
- 2013 Jeep Patriot
- 2013 Jeep Wrangler
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