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Lemon Law, Mission Hills, Kia Optima

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Case Description

During the purchase of a 2016 Kia Optima from Nissan of Mission Hills in California, the Kia’s Buyers Guide stated the Optima was still covered by the manufacturer’s warranty. Within four months of purchase, the vehicle stalled and would not restart. Kia of Downtown LA diagnosed engine failure and discovered that the vehicle’s prior owner had failed to have several engine repairs performed according to Kia’s recall notices, which voided the remaining balance of the manufacturer’s warranty.

After retaining the attorneys at, Nissan of Mission Hills agreed to take back the car, cancel the purchase agreement, and pay the buyer $13,157.96, plus all their attorney fees.