Volkswagen is a German manufacturer and part of the Volkswagen Group, which is one of the largest automakers in the world. German automakers tend to have a reputation in the U.S. of quality engineering and Volkswagen benefits from this reputation. However, recent consumer ratings have revealed a potential decline in the quality of this brand. In 2020, Consumer Reports ranked it just 27th out of 30 brands for reliability and two Volkswagen models were individually listed in the top ten least reliable vehicles. If you are one of the many Volkswagen owners who thought they were buying a high-quality, dependable vehicle and ended up with a lemon, you may be entitled by law to a replacement vehicle or cash reimbursement. Contact us at Timothy Abeel & Associates for a free case review.

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Automobile Defects, Lemon Law

Volkswagen Problems? Your Lemon Lawyer Can Help When Your Dealer Cannot

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Automobile Defects, Lemon Law

You Can Buy a VW Taos Again But Do You Want To?

It’s been almost a year since a Volkswagen stop-sale order was issued for the 2022 VW Taos. It’s time to ask, how is the Taos faring now?
Auto Recalls, Automobile Defects, Lemon Law

Common VW Atlas Cross Sport Problems

Volkswagen Atlas recalls have seen a surge lately, with 246,000 Volkswagen Atlas SUVs being recalled in March 2022 in the United States and Canada. These recalls stem from defects causing delayed deployment of the side airbag, inadvertent braking, and other electrical problems. Fortunately, you have a solution to these serious issues with Volkswagen Atlas SUVs.
Audi, Volkswagen
Breach of Warranty, Lemon Law

Growing Pains of the Audi e-tron Cause Frustration and Expense for New Owners

The e-tron Quattro concept was first revealed by Audi at the 2016 Frankfurt Auto show. It introduced a series of electric and hybrid cars from the German automaker in line with parent company Volkswagen’s commitment to electrify its entire line-up of cars by 2030. The first fully electric Audi did not hit the U.S. market until 2019 with the Audi e-tron. New for 2022, Audi is adding the smaller, more affordable, Audi Q4 e-tron compact SUV and Sportback to its e-tron line-up. Like many electric vehicles, or EVs, the e-tron has had a bumpy start in life, with the Audi e-tron problems starting from the moment the electric car was announced. Even the e-tron unveiling planned for August 2018 in Belgium was abruptly canceled following the arrest in Germany of CEO Rupert Stadler in connection with the Volkswagen diesel emissions scandal.

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