Tesla, Inc. was hit with a proposed class action lawsuit on Wednesday over allegations that the automaker has “grossly overestimated” the range of its electric vehicles.
Hyundai and Kia have agreed to a settlement reportedly worth more than $200 million to end sprawling litigation over the automakers’ failure to equip certain models with an engine immobilizer.
A proposed class action alleges the rear LED “racetrack light” of 2014-2023 model year Dodge Durangos is defective in that it allows water to leak into and flood the entire taillight assembly, damaging essential electrical components.
A proposed class action alleges the 10R80 10-speed automatic transmission in certain Ford and Lincoln vehicles is defective in that it can shift harshly and erratically, posing a “potentially life-threatening safety issue.”
A proposed class action lawsuit alleges Tesla employees have violated the privacy of consumers by accessing, viewing and sharing sensitive videos and images stored by the automaker without consent.
Nearly two years after final approval was issued for a $3.1 billion settlement over an alleged engine defect in certain Hyundai and Kia vehicles, the automakers have reached another class action settlement covering an additional 2.1 million vehicles.
Honda Motor Company and its American subsidiary were hit with a proposed class action this week that alleges certain Honda Pilot, Honda Odyssey, Acura TLX and Acura MDX vehicles suffer from a defect that can cause their engines to stall.
A proposed class action lawsuit filed late last week claims certain Chevrolet Equinox and GMC Terrain vehicles are plagued by a defect that causes the SUVs to burn or consume excessive amounts of oil, leading to a risk of catastrophic engine damage.
A proposed class action filed last week alleges Ford Motor Company has sold approximately three million vehicles equipped with defective shift cable bushings, creating a serious risk of unintended movement and rollaway crashes.
A proposed class action lawsuit filed this week claims the 2021 Jeep Wrangler 4xe is afflicted by a defect that prevents the plug-in hybrid vehicle from running on electric power for extended periods of time, particularly during cold weather.