Lemon laws for used-car buyers only exist in six states as of March 2015. These states provide a statutory used-car warranty based on the age or mileage of the vehicle. If the vehicle exhibits issues during the warranty ... More »

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According to the North Carolina Department of Justice, the North Carolina New Motor Vehicles Warranties Act, or the lemon law, requires manufacturers to repair defects affecting the use or safety of a new vehicle within ... More »

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The used car lemon law declares that a car is a "lemon" if it has required four or more repairs during the warranty period or has been unusable for 30 days during that time. The exact specifications differ by state, but ... More »

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As of March 2015, Bugatti has dealerships in at least seven states. Bugatti models are also often carried or can be ordered by general dealers of high-end luxury cars. More »

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Lemon laws exist nationwide as protective legal mechanisms for consumers purchasing used cars; these laws entitle consumers to safe cars free of unknown faults and defects. In the United States, lemon laws cover consumer... More »

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The 2015 Maserati GranTurismo coupe sells for an average price of $136,325, as of March 2015. The GranTurismo coupe is the primary sports car in the current Maserati line. A convertible version of the GranTurismo sells f... More »

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eBay can charge a seller a $0 to $15 for listing and final value fee of up to $125 depending on what type of advertisement they use, as of March 2015. eBay offers local first-time sellers free listings that will cost mor... More »

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