I had this 3 weeks ago. Dealer said the cooling pump for the batteries needs replaced. Took 15 days to get the part and my car back.
I came from a BMW 650i convertible - and I absolutely love driving this car. It's a new car with new tech. The error will get fixed, my dealer has been good (so far). I'd recommend the buy.I'm 99% I'm purchasing a ID.4 this week. This problem has me really worried. How common is this error?
Lemon law varies by state. Most lemon laws have a trigger ofa number of failed attempts for same problem and/or out of service 30 days regardless of if the problems are related or not. Here is GA them giving you a loaner or rental has no impact on the buy back price. There is a formula that calculates a fair use deduction based on mileage. Also look at what counts as days out of service. Here in GA the day you drop offthrough the day you pick it up counts as do weekends or holidays if car was in dealership even though they were closed. I know because my 4 month old XC40 Recharge with 2000 miles has been in the shop a total of 32 days over 4 different visits since July, for brakes and infotainment issues. My decision now is do I keep dealing with problems as much as I love the car or cut my losses and and make them buy it back. One thing to conciser is, with chip/car shortages, what do I get? Audi Q4 with a long wait?Lemon laws vary so much that it's critical to know the state. The fact they provided a loaner car would probably reduce any lease reimbursement they offer. I'm not a lawyer.