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Subaru Faulty Windshield Allegations

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According to the New Class Action against Subaru of America Inc., Subaru knowingly sold vehicles with faulty windshields and has failed to repair the defects or reimburse their customers for the repair.

According to the Lead plaintiff, Lucia Luong, “Subaru knew of and concealed the windshield defect that is contained in every class vehicle, along with the attendant dangerous safety problems and associated repair costs, from plaintiff and the other class members both at the time of sale and repair and thereafter.”

Luong claims that customer complaints are in the thousands on National Hugh way Traffic Safety Administration of drivers who bought or leased 2015-2016 Subaru Outback or Legacy vehicles in the United Sates and have experienced defective windshields. Luong alleges violation of California’s Consumers Legal Remedies Act and Unfair Competition Law, breach of implied and express warranties, and fraudulent omission.

Relief calls for windshield replacements; an extended windshield warranty; the reimbursement of costs related to the faulty windshields; a halt to sales of the faulty vehicles without first notifying consumers of the defect; compensatory, exemplary and statutory damages; disgorgement of profits from the sale of the defective vehicles; and attorneys’ fees and costs.

 

If you owned or leased a 2015-2016 Subaru Outback or Legacy vehicle and the U.S. and have experienced a defective windshield, please contact Us at Info@MyPirl.com.

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Lucia Luong v. Subaru of America Inc., case number 3:17-cv-03160, in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.