Vehicle owners in Minnesota have rights, remedies and entitlements provided by state and federal laws that may entitle the owners to a full vehicle repurchase or a cash settlement due to vehicle defects, even if the defects have been fixed.
Contact our Minnesota lemon law firm as soon as possible if you have concerns about any of the following:
Chevrolet Silverados or GMC Sierras
Owners of Chevy Silverados and GMC Sierras have experienced recurring problems with repeated transmission problems, diesel exhaust fluid system freezing, defective fuel injectors, reduced power, check engine light illuminating, vehicle running rough, defective engine cylinders, defective exhaust particulate sensor, defective hood latch, vehicle vibration, defective tire pressure sensors, defective torque converter, defective heated oxygen sensor, defective auxiliary chassis control module, defective 4-wheel drive system, defective parking brake actuator, defective transfer case control module, defective steering sensor, stabilitrac light illuminating, brake system malfunctioning, as well as other complaints.
If you have had problems with your Silverado or Sierra, please give us a call and let us explain your legal rights at no cost to you.
Honda Odysseys, Pilots, Passports or Acura RDXs
A recent class action settlement regarding these vehicles has been approved. If you are or were an owner or a lessee of any of these vehicles, you may opt out of that settlement and pursue an individual claim; pursuing an individual claim may provide you with a much better settlement. If you wish to opt out, you must do so by November 15, 2021 (Acura) or November 19, 2021 (Hondas) or you are bound by the class action settlement. To learn more, call our law firm before November 10, 2021.
Vehicle Problems with Honda Odysseys, Pilots, Passports or Acura RDXs
The vehicles listed above have issues with their Infotainment Systems malfunctioning, posing a safety risk by diverting your attention to a blank or blue screen. The consumers in the class action suits allege that the vehicles’ Infotainment Systems suffered from software and hardware defects that caused the systems to frequently freeze, crash, fail to boot up, fail to shut down, or suffer intermittent failures to connect to peripheral devices (such as phones and mp3 players). These class actions are meant to settle any legal claims that you may have against the vehicle manufacturer. Unfortunately, like many class actions, the class settlements offer minimal compensation for many vehicle owners/lessees. You may view the settlement terms at: https://www.settlement-claims.com/infotainment.
Again, if you have owned or leased any of the Hondas or Acuras listed above, you have rights, remedies and entitlements provided by state and federal laws that may entitle you to a far better settlement than is provided by the class action settlement, including a full vehicle repurchase or a cash settlement due to these issues, even if the issues have been fixed.