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.
Polaris faces a proposed class action over claims that the rollover protection system on each of its 2015-2019 utility terrain vehicles (UTVs) complies with Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards.
The dashboard in 2015-2020 model year Ford F-150 XL and XLT trucks has the tendency to warp and separate from the vehicle, in particular around the defroster vents, as the result of a “manufacturing defect,” a proposed class action alleges.
After a recent hearing, eligible drivers stand to recover much more than expected from the Hyundai and Kia engine fire settlement.
A proposed class action alleges Tesla has “refus[ed]” to fulfill its contractual obligations and instead unilaterally demanded massive price increases as a condition of installing its solar roof panel energy systems.
A proposed class action alleges the systems that make up Subaru’s EyeSight Driver Assist Technology suite of safety features in 2013-2021 vehicle models are hampered by software calibration and integration issues.