Dodge Dart

Dodge cars, SUVs and minivans are produced by FCA (Fiat Chrysler Group). Dodge began producing cars as an independent company in 1914 and has been a division and brand affiliated with Chrysler since 1928. Ram trucks were part of the Dodge brand until 2011 when FCA created a separate division for Ram’s pickups and vans.

The Dodge Dart was an iconic car model for Dodge from 1960 to 1976. The brand was revived by FCA in 2013 when the Dart was reintroduced as a compact sedan. Annual sales in the US of the new version of the Dart exceeded 80,000 vehicles in 2013, 2014 and 2015, before falling to about 40,000 in 2016 (the final year of production).

Abeel & Associates has handled numerous Lemon Law cases for Dodge Darts arising from various defects, including:

  • Transmission problems
  • False check engine light warnings
  • Navigation system failure
  • HVAC malfunctions
  • Clutch failure
  • Oil consumption

Given our track record representing Dart owners, it is not surprising that many of the complaints filed with the NHTSA about the 2016 Dodge Dart focus on engine, power train and electrical problems.

Experienced Dodge Defect Attorneys

If you have had ongoing problems with your Dodge vehicle that have not been resolved by the dealer, you have rights as a consumer. At Timothy Abeel & Associates, P.C. our experienced Lemon Law attorneys have a proven track record of pursuing successful claims.

We will conduct a thorough investigation to ensure that your claim is valid. If your Dodge vehicle is under a manufacturer’s warranty and numerous repairs have been attempted over an extended period of time, you may be able to recover significant compensation. Depending on the circumstances, you may be entitled to a refund, a vehicle replacement or monetary compensation as well as reasonable attorney fees and costs.

We believe that automakers have a responsibility to handle recalls properly and make any necessary repairs expediently. Whether due to the sheer number of recalls, a backlog in the supply chain of replacement parts, or misdiagnosing the problem, lengthy and unnecessary repair delays are common for Dodge vehicles, however. That’s the bad news.

The good news is that the Lemon Laws in New Jersey and Pennsylvania as well as federal warranty law provide owners and lessees with powerful legal recourse to obtain significant compensation. Our legal team is dedicated to holding automakers accountable and fighting for the rights of consumers. Call our office today for a free consultation or fill out the contact form on our website.

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