Customer accuses Nissan of violating Lemon Law – West Virginia Record

WHEELING — An Ohio customer is suing Nissan, alleging breach of warranties.

Harry Wright of Martins Ferry, Ohio, filed a complaint in Ohio Circuit Court against Nissan North America Inc., alleging violation of the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act.

According to the complaint, on Oct. 19, 2017, Wright purchased a 2017 Nissan Frontier from Nissan North America seller for $31,916. Shortly after taking possession of the Frontier, the suit says, Wright he experienced serious nonconformities with the vehicle. These nonconformities substantially impaired the Nissan’s use, value and safety and the vehicle remains in defective condition, the lawsuit states. 

The plaintiff alleges Nissan North America failed to make repairs in a good and workmanlike manner to conform the vehicle to its warranties.

Wright seeks trial by jury, diminution in value of the vehicle, costs of repairs, incidental and consequential damages, replacement with a new vehicle, attorney fees, court costs and all other just and appropriate relief. He is represented by attorney Michael S. Bailey of Bailey Legal Services PLLC in Barboursville.

Ohio Circuit Court case number 18-C-132

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