Kawasaki LEMON LAW

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Kawasaki Motorcycle Lemon Law Buyback Attorneys

Sick and tired of spending time at the shop trying to get your new or used Kawasaki repaired? Have you wasted time and money and the motorcycle still has the same problem(s)?

California’s Lemon Law covers Kawasaki motorcycles and could be the path to either getting your money back or receiving a new vehicle!

What is the Lemon Law?

In 1970, California enacted the Lemon Law to provide riders with relief from persistent problems with their motorcycles.

What does the Lemon Law do? The simple answer: if you purchased or leased a new or used vehicle in California that is under a warranty and has had an ongoing problem or problems that a dealer has unsuccessfully attempted to fix over multiple repair visits, you may qualify for compensation.

The California Lemon Law applies to motorcycles, trucks, vans, SUVs, RVs, motorcycles, some business-owned motorcycles, and boats.

It applies to purchased or leased new motorcycles. It also pertains to used motorcycles that are certified pre-owned and/or still under a manufacturer’s warranty.

Does My Kawasaki Qualify as A Lemon?

Simply, a motorcycle is a lemon if you bought it new, it is under warranty, it doesn’t perform like it is supposed to, and you’ve tried to have it repaired and have been unsuccessful.

In many ways, the requirements for motorcycles are less stringent than those for motorcycle s under the Lemon Law with less room for interpretation.

Your motorcycle may be considered a lemon if:

  • The motorcycle you’re riding isn’t the bike as described in the warranty.
  • There is a ‘substantial defect’ that is a safety issue. Or affects your use of the bike or its value.
  • The motorcycle has gone to the repair shop multiple times and the problem persists.
  • You have not been able to operate the bike for at least thirty days. Note that motorcycle repairs take substantially longer than car repairs. Not being able to use a bike for thirty days or more is not uncommon.
  • You haven’t done anything to cause or contribute to the problem. Modifications, an accident, or neglecting regular maintenance void the warranty.

Even if your Kawasaki has over 50,000 miles on it, if you took it in for repair while it was still under warranty it could still potentially be considered a lemon.

About Kawasaki Motorcycle

Kawasaki Aircraft initially manufactured motorcycles under the Meguro name, having bought an ailing motorcycle manufacturer, Meguro Manufacturing with whom they had been in partnership. This eventually became Kawasaki Motor Sales. Some early motorcycles display an emblem with “Kawasaki Aircraft” on the fuel tank.

During 1962, Kawasaki engineers were developing a four-stroke engine for small cars. Then some of the engineers transferred to the Meguro factory to work on the Meguro K1 and the SG, a single cylinder 250 cc OHV. In 1963, Kawasaki and Meguro merged to form Kawasaki Motorcycle Co., Ltd. Kawasaki motorcycles from 1962 through 1967 used an emblem which can be described as a flag within a wing.

Work continued on the Meguro K1, a copy of the BSA A7 500 cc vertical twin and on the Kawasaki W1. The K2 was exported to the U.S. for a test in response to the expanding American market for four-stroke motorcycles. At first it was rejected for a lack of power. By the mid-1960s, Kawasaki was finally exporting a moderate number of motorcycles. The Kawasaki H1 Mach III in 1968, along with several enduro-styled motorcycles to compete with Yamaha, Suzuki and Honda, increased sales of Kawasaki units

Kawasaki’s engines division, housed in a single office complex in Grand Rapids, Michigan, consolidates research and development projects for engines

Common Kawasaki Vehicle Defects

Even though Kawasaki has been producing motorcycles for 50 years, there is still a possibility of a defect. Manufacturing mistakes, disruptions in the system, or design issues, can cause a Kawasaki lemon motorcycle to end up being driven off the lot. There are numerous possible defects that could cause a Kawasaki to be a lemon.

Some of the latest defects that Kawasaki riders have experienced with their motorcycles include:

  • Clutch Issues
  • Brakes
  • Engine Heat
  • Gears Won’t Engage
  • Starter Problems

Contact Gayle Law Group, PC

If you have had several repair attempts and are still having issues with your Kawasaki, there is no reason to suffer the stress any longer. Keep documentation of all repairs done – or attempted – to your Kawasaki as well as every call and appointment you made.

If you think your Kawasaki may be a lemon, contact the Gayle Law Group, PC today for a FREE consultation. You will be treated with respect and your case will be taken seriously, no matter what the issue.

When Life Gives you lemons, get a lawyer.

Is your motorcycle a lemon?

No matter where you are in California, we can help you get properly compensated for your “lemon”.

Always Free Representation

The Gayle Law Group PC is paid by the manufacturer when your case is resolved. You are never responsible for any legal fees.

When life gives you
lemons, get a lawyer.

Is your car a lemon?

No matter where you are in California, we can help you get properly compensated for your “lemon”.

Always Free Representation

The Gayle Law Group PC is paid by the manufacturer when your case is resolved. You are never responsible for any legal fees.

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About California Lemon Car Lawyer "Liz" Gayle

Liz Gayle is considered a top California Lemon Car Lawyer. For more than 20 years, she has been helping consumers get their lemon cars in California bought back by manufacturers. Also, as a former counsel to a major auto manufacturer and highly experienced California lemon law attorney, Ms. Gayle has extensive knowledge of California’s Lemon Law.

As a result, Liz Gayle is one of the most sought after Lemon Law Lawyers in California. A client-focused lawyer, Ms. Gayle has successfully handled cases for many clients – both owners of cars and those leasing vehicles. Additionally, Ms. Gayle works directly with consumers to dispute cases with auto manufacturers and dealerships, concerning vehicles ranging from moderately priced domestic models to very exotic and expensive import autos or recreational vehicles. To learn more about lemon law attorney Liz Gayle, click here.

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