Nissan Settles InTouch False Ad Suit With Vouchers, Cash

Law360, Los Angeles (April 20, 2017, 4:57 PM EDT) -- Nissan North America Inc. has agreed to settle with around 52,000 owners of 2014 Nissan Infiniti Q50s to end claims over alleged false advertising about the performance of its InTouch infotainment system, according to a settlement proposal filed in California federal court Wednesday.

The suit alleged the in-vehicle InTouch system had numerous deficiencies, including poor performance that wasn’t consistent with the way it appeared to work in advertisements. The plaintiffs claimed the system didn’t connect to other apps, like Pandora or iHeart Radio, access emails or...
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