Chrysler Seeks Quick Win In Emissions-Cheating Class Suit

Law360, Boston (April 3, 2017, 1:45 PM EDT) -- Fiat Chrysler on Friday asked a federal judge in Michigan to dismiss a proposed class action suit over alleged emissions cheating on Dodge Ram vehicles outfitted with Cummins engines, finding faults in the 700-page complaint and the alleged testing the proposed class did on a single vehicle.

FCA US LLC said in its own 80-page motion that the proposed class of truck buyers did not, despite its voluminous allegations, outline any plausible lies FCA had made about emissions performance in selling the vehicles. The testing that the proposed class used to buttress its allegations of emissions cheating are woefully insufficient, the...

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