Acura is a luxury manufacturing division of the Honda vehicle company. Acura vehicles were brought to the United States in 1986 and the company marketed their vehicles as high-performing luxury vehicles that could reach top speeds. Acura renowned for manufacturing vehicle models that live up to exactly what they marketed when they were initially brought to the U.S., high-performing luxury vehicles. Even though Acura has a far-reaching reputation for developing high-performing vehicles, the fact of the matter is that not all vehicles that Acura releases to the market meet these incredibly high standards.

If you own an Acura that qualifies as a lemon, it’s possible that you may experience the issues with your car that require you to take your vehicle into the dealership for multiple repairs. The scariest part of these unfortunate situations is that some of these defects in your vehicle could put you and your passengers in an unsafe environment every time you take your vehicle out on the road. If you’ve had to take your Acura vehicle in for multiple repairs covered under your warranty, this means that your vehicle could qualify as a lemon under California and federal lemon law.

If Acura is not able to repair the faults with your vehicle in a reasonable number of attempts, you could be legally entitled to file a lemon law claim so that you can have your Acura replaced or refunded.