Two lawsuits are claiming that Tesla has misrepresented the driver assistance technology in its vehicles and essentially led drivers on with promises that the automaker is “on the cusp” of bringing a fully self-driving vehicle to market.
In our neck of the woods (New Jersey), car thefts are on the rise, according to officials. But a new proposed class action says that certain vehicles, no matter where you live, may be a little easier to steal thanks to a defect.
A proposed class action filed this week claims the Earth Dreams 1.5L direct injection engine found in certain 2019-2021 Honda CR-V and Civic vehicles and 2018-2021 Accord vehicles is plagued by a defect that causes the engine oil to become contaminated.
A proposed class action lawsuit filed on Monday claims 2017-2018 Chrysler Pacifica plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV) are plagued by a “widespread defect” that can cause them to explode and catch fire, even when turned off.
A proposed class action alleges the active and dynamic fuel management systems found in certain Cadillac, Chevrolet and GMC models suffer from a defect that causes the valve lifters to malfunction and fail.
A proposed class action filed this week claims the heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) system in certain Toyota Prius vehicles is plagued by a defect that causes the cars to emit “foul, noxious, and/or toxic odors.”
Software company Digital Recognition Network, Inc. is on the receiving end of a proposed class action lawsuit that claims its use of automated license plate recognition devices to track vehicles—and their drivers—violates a California privacy law.
A proposed class action claims Hyundai is the latest in a long line of automakers who’ve traded safety for increased electric vehicle battery range.
A proposed class action alleges scores of trucks and SUVs made and sold by General Motors after 2009 suffer from a defect that can prevent the seatbelts from tightening and the airbags from deploying in certain types of crashes.
A proposed class action filed on Wednesday claims certain Dodge Grand Caravan and Chrysler Town & Country minivans were built with a defective door latch system.