Vehicles 'Bought Back' Under Florida's Lemon Law
If a consumer who owns or leases a new motor vehicle files a claim under Florida's Lemon Law and the manufacturer thereafter agrees or is ordered to buy back the vehicle, the manufacturer is required to notify the Office of the Attorney General of the buy-back and to have the vehicle's title branded "manufacturer buy back" by the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles.
The following is a list of motor vehicles falling into this category. The list identifies the "Name Plate" manufacturer and the "Liable" manufacturer. The "Name Plate" manufacturer is the manufacturer under which name the vehicle was originally sold. This may differ from the "Liable" manufacturer, which agreed or was ordered to buy back the vehicle. In cases involving conversion vehicles and recreation vehicles, more than one manufacturer may be involved in the reacquisition of the vehicle. If this is the case, the information about the vehicle will indicate that a manufacturer is "jointly liable", and there will be more than one listing for the particular vehicle.
This list is for information purposes only and should not be interpreted as a representation by the Office of the Attorney General of the condition of any particular vehicle. This list is compiled from information submitted to the Office of the Attorney General and should not be considered a complete list of all vehicles actually repurchased under Florida's Lemon Law or similar laws of other states.
For further information regarding a vehicle on this list, contact the Office of the Attorney General, Lemon Law Arbitration Program, The Capitol, PL-01, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-1050. Email email@example.com. Please provide the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN), manufacturer, make and model of the vehicle.