Archive: November, 2011

Bailey v. General Motors Company Chevrolet Division

Posted on 11/28/11 by Dana Manner
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The Consumers complained of an exhaust system odor in their 2009 Chevrolet Cobalt. The exhaust system emitted a sulfur or rotten egg odor which was evident from both inside and outside the vehicle. On one occasion, the Consumers were stopped by a Deputy Sheriff and told to do something about the exhaust odor. Every time […]

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Mendoza v. Chrysler Group LLC

Posted on 11/15/11 by Dana Manner
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The Consumers complained of a vibration when the brake pedal was released “a little” in their 2010 Chrysler 300. The Consumer testified she felt the vibration when she was at idle and she took her foot “slightly” off the brake pedal no matter whether the transmission gear was in drive, reverse, or neutral. The Manufacturer […]

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Rogen v. Jaguar Cars

Posted on 11/15/11 by Dana Manner
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The Consumer was residing in Florida at the time he called Heritage Jaguar, a New York automobile dealer from which he had previously leased or purchased other vehicles. According to the purchase order, his 2008 Jaguar XJ8L was ordered on May 15, 2009, and the Consumer picked up the vehicle at Heritage Jaguar on May […]

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Aponte-Rosario v. Mercedes-Benz USA, Inc.

Posted on 11/14/11 by Dana Manner

The Consumer’s 2011 Mercedes-Benz ML350 was deemed a “lemon” by the Board. At the time of purchase, the Consumer paid $4,000.00 in cash and traded in a used 2010 Mercedes-Benz C350 motor vehicle encumbered by debt in the amount of $29,808.40, for which a gross allowance of $30,000.00 was assigned, resulting in a net trade-in […]

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Alarcon v. Volkswagen/Audi of America Inc.

Posted on 11/07/11 by Dana Manner

The Consumer’s 2010 Audi A4 was deemed a “lemon” by the Board. The Consumer requested reimbursement of $149.80 for the independent inspection conducted by Vertex Auto and $320.00 for the professional interpreter who translated at the hearing, as incidental charges. The Board granted both requests. Incidental Charges §681.102(8), F.S. OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL FLORIDA […]

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