Defective Subaru Windshield Class Gains More Drivers  

Law360 (February 18, 2020, 3:55 PM EST) -- A proposed class action accusing Subaru of selling cars with spontaneously cracking windshields, failing to inform drivers of the dangerous defect and refusing to cover the replacement cost has accelerated in New Jersey with additional claimants.

Named plaintiff Christine Powell is now joined by 15 other Subaru of America Inc. customers who claim they never would have purchased the cars, or would have paid less for them, if they knew about the faulty glass, according to the consolidated version of the complaint filed Feb. 6 in New Jersey federal court. The consolidated complaint unites Powell's suit and two other class actions...

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