Wisconsin Consumer Protection Laws
If a new motor vehicle turns out to be a “lemon,” the manufacturer must replace the vehicle or refund the purchase price. (For details, see Wisconsin Statutes section 218.0171.) A new vehicle is a “lemon” if all the following apply:
A consumer may take court action to enforce his or her rights under the “lemon law.” But if a manufacturer has an informal dispute settlement procedure certified by the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, the consumer must use that procedure before going to court. For more information, contact the Wisconsin Department of Transportation.
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