MICHIGAN LEMON LAW

 

 

MICHIGAN
LEMON LAW COVERS
REPAIR ATTEMPTS OR DAYS OUT OF SERVICE COVERAGE PERIOD
Four-wheel vehicles used for personal, family or household use, or fleets of less than 10, including pick-ups and vans, excluding buses, trucks and motor homes. 4 repair attempts - 30 business days out of service Warranty period or 1 year, whichever is first.

Michigan Lemon Law Statute

Michigan Attorney General - Lemon Law Info

What kinds of problems are covered by the new Lemon Law?

The Lemon Law protects a consumer whose new motor vehicle has a "defect or condition that impairs the use or value of the new motor vehicle to the consumer." Significantly, the law now measures the defect or condition from the point of view of the individual consumer, not the manufacturer or dealer. Clearly, an engine, transmission, brake or steering defect may meet this level of impairment. However, a persistent intermittent defect, such as a water leak, noxious odor, or paint problem may also be a defect or condition entitling the consumer to relief under the Lemon Law.

 

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