If you are the owner of a 2013 Dodge Dart and you think it could be a lemon, you are not alone. According to information on the NHTSA website, there are over 150 complaints against this vehicle. The top problems include the power train, engines, brakes, and an assortment of electrical issues. Owners say they have returned to their dealership several times for repairs, but the defects are still not fixed.

Some of the biggest complaints about this vehicle include:

  • the vehicle lunges forward unexpectedly
  • the automatic transmission disengages without warning
  • totally integrated power module (TIPM) failure
  • clutch pedal stays depressed to the floor
  • check engine light illuminates

If you live in California and think your 2013 Dodge Dart could be a lemon, contact the Law Offices of Delsack & Associates, P.C. at 1-888-ExLemon (1-888-395-3666) or fill in and submit our California Lemon Law case review form. We are experts in the California Lemon Law and can determine if your vehicle qualifies and can help you get a buyback from the automobile manufacturer. Our consultations are free and if you qualify, our attorney fees are almost always covered by the manufacturer.

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