Does your Porsche leak coolant? The Lemon Law Department at the Auto Fraud Legal Center is hearing that the 2010-2016 Porsche Panamera and 2011-2019 Porsche Cayenne vehicles have a defective epoxy adhesive that was used to join coolant pipes to the thermostat housings. When this epoxy fails, coolant leaks and the vehicles overheat. The coolant pipes allegedly separate from the thermostat housings, causing coolant leaks and overheated engines that allegedly fail without warning. In addition, leaking coolant creates slippery road conditions.
Even during the Coronavirus epidemic, the Auto Fraud Legal Center is here to help you. California’s lemon law is designed to protect consumers by requiring car companies to repurchase or replace vehicles that suffer from warranty defects that cannot be fixed in a reasonable number of attempts – sometimes as few as 2 repair attempts. If you think your Porsche vehicle may be a lemon, we may be able to require Porsche to repurchase your car.
Please contact the Lemon Law Department at the Auto Fraud Legal Center for a free case review. We are here to help you! We have been representing consumers in California for over thirty years. Contact Jeff Le Pere to address any potential lemon law claim or dealer misrepresentation claim you may have. jeff@rbblawgroup.com