Not every lemon is a lost cause. Some can be labeled incorrectly or have perfectly manageable issues. Here’s what to do if you find a used car that may be too good to be true and titled as a lemon.
In case you need a quick reminder, a lemon is a car that has reoccurring issues. These reoccurring issues resulted in the previous owner suing the automaker, claiming that they were sold a faulty vehicle. The automaker then bought back the vehicle, and for whatever reason, the car can be auctioned back to a dealership and re-enter circulation.
Here’s some helpful information on what you can do if you encounter one while looking for a used car to buy.