I made payments up to a year on a car I financed with Nissan financial and after getting it serviced for twice for the same issue I asked for a another car or for them to fix my car once and for all. They refused stating that I can take it back to service and they will fix it. I did so, and weeks later I was back at service for same issue the third time. After having gone to service over six times for the same issue I decided since my warranty was running out soon to return the car and buy another somewhere else. Now nissan is hassling me for balance after they auction the car of $14000
Sorry for your issues. You should have asked this question BEFORE you turned the car in. Here is a story I wrote about someone this happened to many years ago, which put her life on hold for about a dozen years.
There are options and your best chance may be (this is NOT legal advice) to allow them to sue you and then defend based on the lemon law. You will need ALL repair orders to defend and in the meantime, you may want to have those repair orders, if you have them, reviewed by a lemon law attorney. Good luck with it!
What was the issue you were having with the vehicle? Depending on the severity of the problem and assuming the vehicle was bought in CA you might have some recourse against Nissan.
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