A Wisconsin couple has sued an auto dealership for promising them that a used Mazda 5 station wagon could tow a trailer. The couple wanted to tow a trailer in order to transport an electric wheelchair. The lawsuit alleges that the dealership repeatedly assured them that the vehicle could tow the trailer, and it even installed a hitch for that purpose.
Boating season is very short in New England, and recreational boaters want to spend as much time on the water as possible during the summer months. So, it can be very frustrating when a boat is being subjected to multiple repairs. Fortunately, consumers do have some options when they purchase a boat that turns out to be a lemon.
The most important thing that a consumer should do before buying a used car is have an independent mechanic inspect the car or truck. A qualified inspector can help car buyers avoid vehicles with serious defects or other problems. Additionally, any minor problems identified in the inspection can help the consumer to either negotiate a better price or convince the dealership to make certain repairs or replace worn parts.
Last month, you may have heard about Nick Murray, a Connecticut resident who gained some internet attention from his YouTube videos documenting the unmerchantable condition of his new Porsche 911, as well as his frustration in seeking a refund or replacement under the Connecticut Lemon Law.