Stanley v FCA
Our complaint alleges that in April 2017 our client purchased a new 2017 Chrysler Pacifica from Carl Burgers Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram World an authorized FCA retail dealership doing business in La Mesa in San Diego County. Our complaint alleges the 2017 Chrysler Pacifica began exhibiting material defects during FCA’s warranty period. These included but were not limited to a loss of power, hard shifts, hesitation on acceleration, as well as defects in the front end, air bag operation, door operations, seat buckle, tailgate alarm, and coolant cap.
Our complaint further alleged that Plaintiff took the 2017 Chrysler to FCA’s authorized repair facilities for repairs for these problems on repeated occasions. Our complaint alleged these malfunctions were serious, safety related problems, and FCA’s inability to repair the problems made the 2017 Chrysler Pacifica a “lemon.” Our client attempted to handle the situation alone and requested FCA to take the vehicle back and refund his money. FCA refused his repurchase request. That’s when he sought help from the law firm of Rosner, Barry & Babbitt. Our firm sued FCA forcing it to buy-back the Chrysler and refund our client’s money.
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