Jeep is an iconic American brand of sport utility vehicles and a division of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. The original Jeep was a lightweight, 4-wheel drive vehicle produced for the US Army beginning in 1941. Civilian versions of Jeep vehicles have been sold since 1945 with the current model Jeep Wrangler being the latest successor to the original Jeep. Jeep is considered the creator of the sport utility vehicle product category with its introduction of the Wagoneer in 1963.
Chrysler acquired the Jeep brand from American Motors Corporation in 1987.
Jeep sells approximately 1.5 million vehicles worldwide on an annual basis with two-thirds of those (about 1 million vehicles) sold in North America. Approximately 2,500 dealers are licensed to sell Jeeps in the US.
Timothy Abeel & Associates, P.C. is the premier consumer law firm serving clients throughout all of New Jersey and Pennsylvania, including Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, and Trenton. Our attorneys are well versed in applicable state Lemon Laws and federal warranty law. We routinely represent Jeep customers of all types of models including the Jeep Grand Cherokee, Commander, Compass, Liberty, Patriot, Renegade, and Wrangler. If you own or lease a Jeep that has been in for multiple repairs or out of service for an extended period of time, you may be entitled to significant compensation.
Jeep Renegade Recalls
Jeep vehicles have been plagued by a wide range range of problems such as water leaks from doors, windows, and vents, vibrations and noise at high speeds or while braking (the “death wobble”), airbag system failures, engine stalls and shutdowns, transmission issues and many others. As such, Fiat Chrysler has issued numerous technical service bulletins and recalls over the years.
Experienced Jeep Defect Attorneys
At Timothy Abeel & Associates, P.C., our experienced Lemon Law attorneys routinely pursue claims for Jeep owners and lessees. If your new or used Jeep vehicle is under a manufacturer’s warranty and numerous repairs were attempted, you may have a valid Lemon Law claim.
We know that defects can impair the use and safety of a vehicle. Moreover, we believe that manufacturers have an obligation to properly handle recalls, whether by making a needed repair or modification or completely replacing the vehicle.
We will conduct a thorough investigation to determine if you have a valid claim and work diligently to help you obtain the compensation you deserve. Depending on the nature of the defect, you may be entitled to a replacement vehicle, a refund or monetary compensation. You may also be recover attorney’s fees and costs.
Our legal team is dedicated to holding automakers accountable and protecting the rights of consumers. If your Jeep is a lemon, call our office today for a free consultation or fill out the contact form on our website.
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