Sunroof Leakage – 2006-2013 Chrysler 300, Jeep Patriot, Liberty, Compass, Commander, Cherokee or Grand Cherokee
Chrysler, Jeep Leaky Sunroof Class Action Lawsuit
By Mike Holter
Chrysler owners have filed a class action lawsuit against the automaker alleging that some Chrysler and Jeep vehicles from model years 2006 through the present have defective, leaking sunroofs that Chrysler refuses to fix or honor warranty claims for.
A federal judge has given preliminary approval to settling a class-action suit over transmission problems on about 64,000 of Audi’s most popular models.
The settlement covers anyone in the United States who leased or bought from Audi a 2002-6 A4 or A6 model with a continuously variable automatic transmission.
DETROIT — Toyota Motor agreed on Wednesday to pay more than $1 billion to settle a class-action lawsuit related to issues of unintended acceleration in its vehicles.
The proposed settlement, filed in a Federal District Court in California, would be one of the largest of its type in automotive history. If the agreement is approved by Judge James V. Selna, Toyota would make cash payments for the loss of value on vehicles affected by multiple recalls and install special safety features on up to 3.2 million cars.
Toyota Motor Corp. has agreed to settle a shareholder class-action lawsuit related to its sudden acceleration problems for $25.5 million.
The settlement would put to rest allegations that the company hurt the value of its stock by hiding defects and other safety problems as well as by not acting swiftly to address vehicles that accelerated out of control.