Lewis & Tompkins PC and Goldman & Minton PC Sue Hyundai Motors America for Allegedly Failing to Honor Battery Warranty for Plug-in Hybrid Sonatas

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Class Action suit filed for Hyundai Plug-in Hybrid vehicles

The suit claims damages arising out of Hyundai’s alleged failure to honor the lifetime battery warranty on certain plug-in hybrid vehicles.

Hyundai Motors America Incorporated has been sued by consumers who purchased a Sonata plug-in hybrid vehicle. The suit is filed as a class action in the United States District Court for the District of Maryland, case number 8:23-cv-00245-TDC. If the court approves class action status, the plaintiffs will represent the interests of consumers who purchased these cars between 2016-2020. The suit alleges Hyundai failed to honor the lifetime battery warranty on the car.

The case arises out of the plaintiffs’ purchase of a new 2016 Hyundai Sonata Plug-in Hybrid car. The suit alleges that the hybrid car battery failed in 2021, with only about 40,000 miles on the car. The suit alleges that Hyundai has been unwilling or unable to honor the “lifetime” warranty provided with the vehicle specifically for the battery.

The lawsuit alleges claims for breach of warranty, breach of contract, fraud, and consumer protection statutes. The plaintiffs are represented by Goldman & Minton, PC and Lewis & Tompkins PC. A copy of the lawsuit is available by sending an email to the attorney listed below

Goldman & Minton, PC is a consumer class action law firm located in Baltimore, Maryland.
Lewis & Tompkins PC is a civil litigation law firm located in Silver Spring, Maryland.


If you would like more information about this topic, please call David Tompkins at 202-296-0666 or email him at dtompkins@lewisandtompkins.com.

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