The Nevada lemon law covers motor vehicles, defined as self - propelled vehicles in, upon or by which any person or property is or may be transported upon a public highway. The lemon law appears to cover used vehicles, but does not cover motor homes or off - road vehicles.
The lemon law covers any defect or condition that substantially impairs the use and value of the motor vehicle to the buyer. This is referred to as a nonconformity . The lemon law does no t cover a defect or condition that is the result of abuse, neglect or unauthorized modifications or alterations of the motor vehicle.
The lemon law covers the "buyer", defined as:
The Nevada lemon law establishes a presumption that a reasonable number of attempts have been undertaken to conform a motor vehicle to the applicable express warranties if, within the time the express warranty is in effect or within one year following the date of the motor vehicle's delivery to the original buyer, whichever occurs first, either of the following occurs:
The 30 day period is extended by any period of time in which the necessary repairs cannot be made for reasons that are beyond the control of the manufacturer, its agent or authorized dealer. The time the express warranty is in effect and the one year period are extended by any period of time during which repair services are not reasonably available to the buyer because of war, invasion, strike, fire, flood, or other natural disaster.
If the manufacturer has established or designated an informal dispute settlement procedure that complies with 16 C.F.R. Part 703, then they buyer may not bring an action under the provisions requiring refund or replacement unless the buyer has first resorted to the informal dispute settlement procedure.CLICK HERE to read more about Nevada Lemon Law