Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) has released a statement regarding the recent allegations that it inflates its sales figures. Continue Reading...
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Fiat Chrysler Automobiles’ (FCA) report sales figures may not be entirely accurate. Continue Reading...
It appears that General Motors has a rough road ahead of itself as a result of the massive ignition switch recall. Continue Reading...
The curious case of Heather Peters taking Honda to small claims court may not be over, but the class action suit she opted out of most likely is. A California judge tentatively approved a settlement that would award between $100 and $200 to Honda Civic hybrid owners who joined the suit filed because of inflated… Continue Reading...
As for the latest suit, Paice claims that it repeatedly tried to contact Hyundai as early as 2004, in order to discuss its patent Hybrid technology, but says that with the development of the Sonata Hybrid sedan, the automaker infringed upon three patents owned by Paice. Continue Reading...
Given her background, Peters chose to take the case to Small Claims Court, knowing full well that under California law, Honda would be unable to bring in a team of highly paid lawyers to defend its position. Continue Reading...
The Williamson family claims that if Thann had been wearing a shoulder belt like the rest of the occupants, she would be alive today and believes that Mazda put cost considerations before safety. Continue Reading...
The damages awarded to Toyota include $2.5 million for unauthorized disclosures of confidential information as well as $100,000 in punitive damages. Taylor also issued Biller instructions to return the confidential documents he obtained while employed by Toyota. Continue Reading...
Baker maintains the evidence from the accident investigation was flawed and that the real problem was caused by faulty electronics in the vehicle. Continue Reading...
Now, Toyota is apparently suing the remnants of the ‘old’ GM (known as Motors Liquidation Company) for breach of contract, claiming $73 million in damages, namely to cover research and development costs, before GM pulled out of NUMMI last year. Continue Reading...
Now, that clause has come to mean something slightly different: GV, having invested several million dollars up front to secure a distribution network for the trucks is now out in the cold and Mahindra is washing its hands clean. Continue Reading...
According to an official press release on Mahindra’s US website “the agreement dated 26th September 2006, between Mahindra and GV” has been “terminated.” Continue Reading...
Colleen MacDonald, who owns Livonia Chrysler, says that the automaker’s letter of intent, dated August 12, does not return the sales and service agreement that it gave to Crestwood Dodge, after Livonia’s termination. Continue Reading...