Uribe v. Subaru Of America, Inc.


In March 2016 our clients purchased a new 2016 Subaru WRX, from Frank Subaru in National City, located in San Diego County. The Subaru was sold with accompanying written warranties including, a 3 year/36,000 mile basic warranty, and a 5 year/60,000 powertrain warrant. Rosner Barry & Babbitt has filed a lawsuit against Subaru of America under California’s Lemon Law. Our clients allege the 2016 Subaru WRX was delivered to them with serious defects and developed other serious defects such as: white smoke coming from the exhaust, a cracked piston (causing the engine to have to be rebuilt, and having to spend excessive time in Subaru’s repair facilities). Our clients also allege the Subaru WRX had abnormal noises, a defective clutch, and defective turbo. The lawsuit further alleges our clients took the 2016 Subaru WRX to Subaru’s authorized repair facilities for repairs on repeated occasions, to no avail. The Uribie’s claim that Subaru failed to conform the 2016 Subaru WRX to the terms of its warranty. Prior to filing this lawsuit, our clients demanded Subaru repurchase the car. Subaru refused to repurchase it so they came to the law firm of Rosner, Barry and Babbitt, LLP seeking help.

It does not matter whether you bought a Subaru lemon vehicle or are leasing a Subaru car, truck, pick-up truck or SUV you believe to be a lemon. The law firm of Rosner, Barry & Babbitt handles Lemon Law cases as well dealer fraud cases. Our goal in automobile Lemon Law is to get you out of your car, get you your money back, have your loan paid off by the warrantor and have warrantor pay the attorneys’ fees and costs. If you purchased any vehicle which you believe to be a lemon (whether it is new or used) please contact leonard@rbblawgroup.com. Our office will provide you with a FREE evaluation of your lemon law situation.