You’ve just bought a brand-new Lincoln. You’re overjoyed and ready to take it out on the open road.
Then, the unexpected happens.
After only a short time of owning the vehicle, you discover a major defect. Worse than that, though, is that the manufacturer is beating around the bush with fixing it.
This scenario happens more often than you think, and if you’re reading this, it’s probably happened to you.
Luckily, the Lincoln Lemon Law exists to protect you.
The Lincoln Lemon Law states that any Lincoln sold with a serious defect that the manufacturer is unable to fix must either be bought back or replaced at the company’s expense.
Here’s what you need to know about determining if your Lincoln is eligible for protection under this law: