We have a Lemon Law here in California as well as a federal version. It basically means that defective cars and vehicles must be replaced by manufacturer if after several attempts to fix the vehicle under warranty still does not work properly.
A necessary part of buying a used car is checking to see if the vehicle been involved in accidents or damaged in some way. Taking the time do this can mean the difference between buying a reliable used car and one that is not reliable. Doing this may bring to light the fact that the car was involved in a wreck, and it was then salvaged and rebuilt.
We believe that auto manufacturers need to be held accountable, but it is still nice to see when they voluntarily recall a vehicle that is dangerous or not functioning properly. While no manufacturer is immune recalls and flaws, Nissan seems to be involved in more than most motor vehicle manufacturers.
Remorse is a powerful feeling, particularly when a large amount of money is involved. It is fairly common for someone who buys a car to have buyer’s remorse, either because they think they spent too much money or they come to find that there is someone about the vehicle that they have a hard time adjusting to. While California does have a “Cooling-off” period, unfortunately, it probably will not be much help to the buyer.