San Bernardino, CA – Jorgensen and Salberg, LLP sued Nissan of North America for selling defective vehicle to Yucaipa woman.

In February of 2014, the Plaintiff, Ms. Singh, purchased a new Nissan Pathfinder from an Ontario dealership. During the warranty period, Ms. Singh observed numerous and significant defects in the workmanship of the vehicle. These defects included, but were not limited to, a defective retractable sunroof that leaked water into the passenger seat. Ms. Singh reported that whenever it would rain, copious amounts of water would seep through her roof and onto her passenger seat. This happened even when the roof was supposedly sealed shut. Within the first 3,302 miles, the vehicle was repaired and serviced by the dealership on three (3) different occasions. At this time, Ms. Singh decided to pursue legal action to return her defective vehicle.

Ms. Singh retained Jorgensen and Salberg, LLP to recover the financial damages suffered as a result of her defective vehicle. An investigation revealed the dealerships’ breach of the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act. Based on the evidence, the defendants, Nissan of North America, were required to reimburse Ms. Singh for the amount of the vehicle purchase contract as well as all attorney fees.