Above and Beyond the Arizona Lemon Law
Perhaps you have never heard of the Arizona lemon law, but you are no doubt worried about your used car automotive purchase. Well, we’d like to assure you that our efforts to ensure you make a good used car purchase at Earnhardt Auto Centers always goes above and beyond what’s required in the Arizona auto lemon law.
What does the Arizona Used Car Lemon Law cover?
For up to 15 days or 500 miles after you buy a used vehicle in Arizona, the lemon law covers major components. If anything breaks, the consumer pays only $25 for up to two repairs. After that, the consumer can ask for the purchase price on the car.
No Lemons: Showing A Commitment to our Customers
Earnhardt Auto Centers grew to 21 dealerships by paying strict attention to customer service and the value of our products. If we sold lemons, we’d be out of business. You can bet that our new car reputation is partially reliant on our used car reputation.
Yet our commitment to customers goes well beyond any worries about public relations. We are dedicated to maintaining our used car selection. The many service departments that are part of our family of dealerships are full of experts who know how to ensure each used car is in good condition for resale.
You want to know what’s been happening with a used car before you considered buying it. That’s where CarFax plays a part in giving you the information you need to make a good decision.
At each dealership, shoppers will find certified, pre-owned vehicles. These will have extended warranties and other goodies that give owners peace of mind. Some of the used cars are still under original new car warranties.
When shopping with us online, ask about warranties. We can tell you which vehicles have coverage and why.
The Bottom Line about the Arizona Lemon Law
When you shop with Earnhardt, you shouldn’t have to worry about the vehicle being a lemon. Our service department has checked it out. A CarFax report gives you the history. Our mindful pricing ensures a good value. Check out our inventory now.