Connecticut Lemon Law Summary
The Connecticut lemon law applies to passenger motor vehicles, passenger/commercial motor vehicles, and motorcycles that are sold or leased in the state.
"Passenger motor vehicle” means a motor vehicle:
- Used for the private transportation of persons and their personal belongings;
- Designed to carry occupants in comfort and safety;
- With not less than 50% of the total area enclosed by the outermost body contour lines, excluding the area enclosing the engine, as seen in a plain view, utilized for designated seating positions and necessary legroom; and
- With a capacity of carrying not more than 10 passengers including the operator.
"Passenger and commercial motor vehicle" means a motor vehicle used for private passenger and commercial purposes that is eligible for combination registration.
"Combination registration" means the type of registration issued to a motor vehicle used for both private passenger and commercial purposes if the vehicle does not have a gross vehicle weight rating in excess of ten thousand pounds.
Manufacturers participating in this state: