Man receives new car under Lemon Law

Freddie Griffin brought a car named 2008 Charger from Chrysler. The car proved to be a lemon.

It started to make ticking sound as soon as the engine was heated and noise got louder as the engine became warmer.

The lemon law says any new car under warranty in a repair shop for 20 successive days is qualified to be a lemon. Griffin’s car was in a shop for 29 days.

He complained to Chrysler and demanded a new car. But received no fruitful result. Chrysler denies the existence of any lemon law.

Action 9 sent a letter to Chrysler and called the customer care number. No one responded. But finally Chrysler repurchased Griffin’s 2008 Charger.


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