Gibbs Law Group LLP Files 2015 Honda CR-V Class Action Lawsuit

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A federal class action lawsuit alleges the 2015 Honda CR-V is prone to severe engine vibrations while idling or traveling at low speeds.

On July 7, 2015, Gibbs Law Group LLP filed a federal class action lawsuit against automobile manufacturer Honda on behalf of all 2015 Honda CR-V owners and lessees. The lawsuit alleges that Honda knew the 2015 CR-V was prone to severe vibrations, yet failed to disclose this issue to the prospective buyers.

The lawsuit states that 2015 Honda CR-V owners have described the vibration as “very strong,” “distracting,” and “so severe that it causes nausea migraines, and back pain.”

The complaint alleges that although Honda has acknowledged the problem, drivers who contact Honda about repairs are informed that there is no remedy. The lawsuit also states that in a complaint filed with the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration a CR-V driver reported the vibration “almost caused me to get into an accident.”

According to the lawsuit, Honda substantially redesigned the CR-V for the 2015 model year in order to improve the vehicle’s fuel efficiency relative to competitors. The lawsuit alleges that this redesign may be responsible for the vehicle’s substantial vibration at idle and low speeds.

The Honda consumer class action lawsuit is called Oakes v. American Honda Motor Company, Inc., et al., No. 8:15-cv-1076, and is currently pending in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California.

Consumers who have experienced vehicle vibrations in their 2015 Honda CR-V are encouraged to contact our auto defect attorneys to obtain a free case consultation and find out how to get involved in the lawsuit. Contact Gibbs Law Group LLP toll-free at (800) 254-9493 or by visiting our website.

Gibbs Law Group LLP is a national litigation firm with a consumer protection group that has represented millions of individuals in class action lawsuits concerning defective and dangerous consumer products; pharmaceutical and medical device-related injuries; and fraudulent or unfair practices involving financial services, advertising, and contracts.

Our attorneys have successfully recovered millions of dollars on behalf our clients in class actions against some of the largest automobile manufacturers in the world, including General Motors, Ford, Honda, and Toyota. Currently, Gibbs Law Group’s defective product attorneys are representing Hyundai Sonata owners for alleged engine failure issues, and investigating panoramic Kia sunroofs that may spontaneously explode and shatter.

For more information about or current cases and investigations, call toll-free (800) 254-9493 or visit our website.

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