Posted On: June 27, 2007

Top 10 Possible non-lemon Small SUVs

Potential clients with “lemon law” related claims usually contact my office with bad news about problems with their vehicles. Even the last two previous blog posts are about unreliable and problem cars. This post, however, is about good cars. At least, according to Jon Alain Guzik, the editor-at large of Yahoo! Autos.

Guzik’s conclusion is based on mileage, looks, and price tag. If I were Guzik and was in a position to make my list of top ten small SUVs, my criteria would most likely be different. It would be based on quality, numbers of consumer complaints, and price.

Guzik’s top 10 small SUVS are:

2008 Land Rover LR2

2008 Saturn Vue

2007 Jeep Patriot Sport

2007 Hyundai Santa Fe Limited

2007 Acura RDX

2007 Ford Edge SE

2008 Subaru Tribeca

2007 Honda CR-V LX

2007 Toyota RAV4 Sport

2007 Mazda CX-7 Sport

Do you agree with this assessment? For more information, please read the article here.

Posted On: June 15, 2007

Mercedes car dealer owner sues its own manufacturer for selling lemons

A Mercedes-Benz car dealership is suing its own manufacturer over a defective lemon car. Plaintiff Mark Johnston, co-owner of the dealership, alleged that the Mercedes-Benz AMG CLK-GTR Limited Edition Roadster (retail at 2.5 million and bought at 1.7 million) is a defective vehicle, wrought with problems.

Specifically, some of the alleged defects in the car include: the illumination of the oil light, improper shifting, failed hydraulic jack system, and unglued car windows. As of the date of writing this blog, Mercedes claimed that they cannot refund the vehicle.

For more information, go here.

Posted On: June 14, 2007

Five Least Reliable (possible lemon) Luxury Cars on the Market

Thinking about buying a new luxury car? Here are 5 least reliable luxury cars that are currently on the market. These are cars that may become possible lemons down the road.

Dan Liebert from wrote an article last year about some of the least reliable luxury cars in the market. He compiled his “top five list” from data obtained from the Consumer Reports and J.D. Power & Associates. The award for top five least reliable luxury cars go to...

Land Rover LR3 SUV - Base Price: $39,000

Land Rover Range Rover SUV - Base Price: $75,750

Lincoln Navigator SUV - Base Price: $50,145

Saab 9-3 - Base Price: $26,620

Volkswagen Touareg SUV - Base Price: $37,410

For more information on the article, go here.