in Newswire Published on September 29, 2022

2020 Toyota RAV4 Suffers from ‘Parasitic’ Battery Drain Defect, Class Action Says

by Corrado Rizzi

Last Updated on October 7, 2022

McClure v. Toyota Motor Corporation et al.

Filed: September 27, 2022 § 1:22-cv-03898

A class action says 2020 model year Toyota RAV4 SUVs suffer from a “parasitic” battery-draining defect that can deplete a vehicle’s battery while the car is turned off.

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Last Updated on October 7, 2022 — 11:46 AM

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