GM Gets Camaro Starter Defect Suit Trimmed

By Jonathan Capriel (November 29, 2021, 9:17 PM EST) -- A Delaware federal court trimmed some claims lodged against General Motors by a proposed class of motorists who allege the carmaker knowingly concealed defects in parts installed in recent Chevrolet Camaro models, ruling that some buyers sued too late and others failed to get repairs during the warranty period.

GM's argument that many of the Camaro buyers' warranties expired by the time they sought repairs "knocks out" some claims brought by four of the drivers, according to a Friday order by U.S. Circuit Judge Stephanos Bibas, a member of the Third Circuit sitting in designation for the district court.

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