Hyundai Faces Suit Over Built-In System Renewal Fees

Law360, New York (February 11, 2015, 11:40 AM EST) -- Hyundai Motor America was hit with a proposed class action on Tuesday in California federal court for allegedly marketing a built-in communication system as a standard feature and then informing owners years later that the feature would be permanently disabled barring payment of a subscription fee.

The proposed class action includes “hundreds of thousands” of car buyers who lead plaintiff Guy Coss claims were fooled by the automaker into believing Hyundai’s Blue Link Telematics System came as a standard permanent feature included in the purchase of their vehicle — only to find out on Jan. 7 that they would have just...

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February 10, 2015

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