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Nissan Defective CVT Transmission Class Action Lawsuit Reached $277.7M Settlement

A Nissan defective CVT transmission lawsuit settlement has been reached between the automaker and vehicle owners, and the automaker will pay $277.7 million to resolve the defective transmissions claims. The Nissan class action settlement includes the following vehicle models:     2014 to 2018 Nissan Rogue     2015 to 2018 Nissan Pathfinder     2015 to 2018 Infiniti QX60 The […]

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Everything About Emissions Class Action Settlement

Mercedes-Benz Recall: Everything About Emissions Class Action Settlement

If you are an owner or former owner or lessee of certain Mercedes-Benz and Sprinter BlueTEC vehicles, you may qualify to claim thousands of dollars thanks to the Mercedes emissions class-action lawsuit alleging emissions cheating on diesel-powered vehicles, including sedans, SUVs, and vans. In a proposed settlement with federal and California regulators, announced Sept. 14, […]

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Jeep Lawsuit

Jeep Lawsuit: Jeep wrangler Corrosion Warranty a ‘Sham’

A class action lawsuit was filed alleging Jeep Wrangler and Gladiator corrosion warranties are a “sham.” The lawsuit includes 2018-2021 Jeep Wranglers and 2020-2021 Gladiators. Jeep issued technical service bulletins over aluminum corrosion and bubbling paint, and knew about problems but didn’t fix them, says the lawsuit. The affected Jeep Wrangler and Jeep Gladiator vehicles […]

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Mazda Class Action Lawsuit

Mazda Class Action Lawsuit Filed Over Faulty Fuel Pump

121,000 Mazda vehicles being recalled over faulty fuel pumps from automotive supplier Denso. Mazda is the latest manufacturer to recall vehicles as over 121,000 Mazda SUVs and cars are being recalled due to the risk of fuel pump failure. This problem could cause the engine to stall randomly. A class-action lawsuit was filed against Mazda […]

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GM Lawsuits

Fiat Chrysler Nears Plea Deal In U.S. Emissions Fraud Probe

It has been reported that Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) is nearing an agreement to plead guilty to criminal conduct for evading emission requirements surrounding Ram pickup trucks and Jeep sport-utility vehicles with diesel engines. Reuters reports that a source estimates the penalty may run between $250 million and $300 million dollars. The report states that […]

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