Honda Owners Seek Final Approval Of CR-V MDL Settlement

By Dean Seal (July 11, 2018, 3:50 PM EDT) -- Honda CR-V owners on Tuesday moved for final approval of a settlement that would resolve long-running multidistrict litigation by requiring the automaker to publicize free repairs of a defect that causes CR-Vs to shake excessively, noting that Honda's customer outreach program is already underway.

Multiple lawsuits, centralized in an Ohio federal court in late 2015, alleged that Honda should have done more to notify drivers that repairs were available for 2015 CR-V models to address unpleasant vibrations experienced by some drivers. While Honda issued a bulletin in August 2015 to instruct dealerships on how to fix the issue, some drivers expressed...

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