Ordaz, Carelia v. Motorcars of Van Nuys, LLC et al.
Carelia Ordaz purchased a used 2015 Maserati Ghibli SQ4 from Maserati of Van Nuys. The vehicle was accompanied by the original bumper-to-bumper manufacturer’s warranty. Within days of purchase, the vehicle was shaking when driven on the freeway. Ms. Ordaz gave Maserati of Van Nuys more than four chances to repair the vehicle, but the problem was still not fixed. When Ms. Ordaz asked the dealership and Maserati of North America to repurchase the vehicle as a lemon, both refused. Ms. Ordaz contacted the Auto Fraud Legal Center for help. We filed a lawsuit in Los Angeles County Superior Court, Case No. BC68801, on Ms. Ordaz’s behalf alleging violations of California’s lemon law. The lawsuit seeks to have the dealership and/or Maserati repurchase the vehicle, pay a civil penalty of up to two times the cost of the vehicle, and pay Ms. Ordaz’s attorney’s fees and costs.
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