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RV Solutions Sued For Alleged Sale of Lemon Motorhome

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/ Prolific California consumer rights law firm sues RV Solution, Inc., alleging that the Southern California motorhome and RV dealer sold a lemon motorhome and then refused to buy it back under California’s lemon law statute.

RV Solutions, Inc., the popular San Diego, California based motorhome and RV dealership, has been named as a defendant in a lawsuit filed by the well-known California consumer rights lawyer Michael R. Vachon, Esq. The lawsuit alleges that RV Solutions sold a new motorhome to a San Diego couple that suffered from a serious electrical defect that RV Solutions and

other named defendants were unable to fix. Ford Motor Company and MVP RV, Inc. were also named as co-defendants. The lawsuit was filed on March 27, 2013 and is titled Villa, et al. v. RV Solutions, Inc., et al. (San Diego County Superior Court Case No. 2013-000941235).


The lawsuit’s complaint alleges that the Plaintiffs went to RV Solutions in mid-2012 and agreed to buy a new Tahoe 190RBS motorhome that was jointly manufactured by MVP RV, Inc. and Ford Motor Company. The Plaintiffs further allege that soon after purchasing the motorhome, they found out that it had a pre-existing electrical problem that causes the battery do die whenever the vehicle sits for an extended period of time. The Plaintiff’s attorney, Michael R. Vachon, Esq. (the founder of the San Diego, California consumer rights law firm that bears his name), describes in the complaint four separate occasions on which the Plaintiffs allegedly took the Tahoe 190 in for repair of the electrical defect. He further alleges that RV Solutions’s and Ford Motor Company’s repair facilities were unable to properly diagnose and repair the defect on all for repair attempts.

The causes of action in the Villa v. RV Solutions lawsuit assert that RV Solutions breached the implied warranty that accompanied Plaintiffs’ purchase of the Tahoe 190 and that Ford Motor Company and MVP RV, Inc. breached the express warranty provision of the California lemon law statute. Additional information about the California lemon law and implied warranty claims in this matter can be found at the website of Plaintiffs’ attorney.

The San Diego County Superior Court has not yet determined whether the Plaintiffs’ and Vachon’s allegations or true, or whether or not the defendants committed any wrongdoing.


Vachon has announced that his law firm is currently attempting to contact other Tahoe 190 owners to find out about their motorhome experiences. He is asking anyone who purchased a Tahoe 190 and who subsequently witnessed it suffering from chronic electrical system problems to contact his law firm at 1-855-4-LEMON-LAW.

The Law Office of Michael R. Vachon, Esq. represents consumers in lemon law, car dealer fraud, and consumer rights lawsuits throughout California.

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Michael R. Vachon, Esq.
Law Office of Michael R. Vachon, Esq.

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