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|Four unsuccessful repairs or 30 business days out of service within two years or 18,000 miles, or 2 repairs of problem likely to cause death or serious bodily injury within one year or warranty, whichever is shorter||Report to manufacturer, agent or dealer, or written notice to manufacturer if required in the owner's manual or warranty.||Yes||
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Connecticut State Statutes
Title-42, Chapter 743b
42-179 New motor vehicle warranties.
Leased vehicles. Resales. Transfers. Manufacturer buybacks.
42-179a Copies of paperwork or invoices.
A dealer or authorized agent of a manufacturer shall, upon the request of a consumer, provide such consumer with copies of any paperwork or invoices related to repair work performed on such consumer's automobile in accordance with the provisions of subsection (b) of section 42-179. Any person who violates the provisions of this section shall be guilty of an infraction.
42-179b Dealers and lessors to deliver information.
Each motor vehicle dealer, as defined in subsection (11) of section 14-1, and each person engaged in the business of leasing new motor vehicles shall, at the time of sale or execution of the lease of any new motor vehicle, deliver to the consumer, as defined in subdivision (1) of subsection (a) of section 42-179, of such vehicle written information, in a form approved by the Commissioner of Consumer Protection, which explains the new automobile warranty and dispute settlement program established pursuant to this chapter.
42-180 Costs and attorney's fees in breach of warranty actions.
In any action by a consumer against the manufacturer of a motor vehicle, or the manufacturer's agent or authorized dealer, based upon the alleged breach of an express or implied warranty made in connection with the sale or lease of such motor vehicle, the court, in its discretion, may award to the plaintiff his costs and reasonable attorney's fees or, if the court determines that the action was brought without any substantial justification, may award costs and reasonable attorney's fees to the defendant.
Used Automobile Warranties
As used in sections 42-220 to 42-226, inclusive: (1) "Dealer" means any person, firm or corporation licensed pursuant to section 14-52, as a new car dealer or a used car dealer, as defined in section 14-51, or any person, firm or corporation licensed pursuant to section 14-15 which engages in the business of selling a used motor vehicle to a consumer; (2) "Motor vehicle" means a motor vehicle, as defined in subdivision (30) of section 14-1; (3) "Used motor vehicle" means a used or secondhand motor vehicle, as defined in subdivision (62) of section 14-1; (4) "Cash purchase price" means all amounts charged for the purchase of a motor vehicle, including the value of a trade-in vehicle, except a finance charge; and (5) "Consumer" means the purchaser, other than for purposes of resale, of a used motor vehicle normally used for personal, family or household purposes, and the spouse or child of the purchaser if such motor vehicle is transferred to the spouse or child during the duration of any warranty applicable to such motor vehicle, and any other person entitled by the terms of such warranty to enforce the obligations of the warranty. "Consumer" does not mean the lessee of a motor vehicle or the spouse, child or other family member of the lessee who, pursuant to a lease contract option, purchases such vehicle at the end of the lease term.
(P.A. 87-393, S. 1; P.A. 92-20, S. 1, 2; P.A. 95-121, S. 1, 2.) History: P.A. 92-20 amended Subdiv. (5) to provide the term "consumer" does not include the lessee of a motor vehicle who, pursuant to a lease contract option, purchases such vehicle at the end of the lease term; P.A. 95-121 redefined "dealer" to include leasing companies which engage in business of selling a used motor vehicle to a consumer and redefined "consumer" to specifically include the spouse, child or other family member of lessee who purchases such vehicle at the end of the lease term, effective July 1, 1995. Cited. 31 CA 634, 641.
42-221 Implied warranties.
Express warranties. Exemptions. Waiver.
(a) A dealer selling a used motor vehicle which has a cash purchase price of three thousand dollars or more shall not exclude, modify, disclaim or limit implied warranties on the motor vehicle.
42-222 Effect of notification of breach of warranty during warranty period.
A dealer shall honor any warranty required by sections 42-220 to 42-226, inclusive, notwithstanding the fact that the warranty period has expired, provided the consumer notifies the dealer of a claimed breach of the warranty within the warranty period specified in subsection (b) of section 42-221.
(P.A. 87-393, S. 3.)
42-223 Extensions of warranty period.
(a) The term of any warranty required under the provisions of sections 42-220 to 42-226, inclusive, shall be extended by any time period during which the used motor vehicle is in the possession of the dealer or his duly authorized agent for the purpose of repairing the used motor vehicle under the terms and obligations of said warranty.
(a) A used motor vehicle may be sold "as is" by a dealer only if its cash purchase price is less than three thousand dollars or if such used motor vehicle is seven years of age or older, which age shall be calculated from the first day in January of the designated model year of such vehicle.
42-225. Deceptive statements.
Motor vehicle declared constructive total loss. Disclosure required. Promise to repair.
(a) No dealer may make any false, misleading or deceptive statements about the condition or history of any used motor vehicle offered for sale.42-226 Independent inspection.
No dealer may refuse any consumer the opportunity to have an independent inspection of any used motor vehicle offered for sale. If the consumer requests an inspection it shall be conducted by a person chosen by the consumer, but the dealer may establish reasonable conditions regarding the place, time and extent of the inspection.
(P.A. 87-393, S. 7.)
Any dealer who violates any of the provisions of sections 42-221 to 42-226, inclusive, shall be subject to the penalties provided in section 14-64.
(P.A. 93-397, S. 3.)
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