CONSUMER CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT
HYUNDAI DUAL-CLUTCH TRANSMISSION
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WHAT’S THE CASE ABOUT?
Did you buy or lease a Hyundai 2015–2017 Sonata Eco, 2016–2017 Tucson, or 2016–2017 Veloster vehicle equipped with a dual-clutch transmission (“Class Vehicles”)?
A proposed class action settlement may affect your rights.
FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION, PLEASE VISIT: DCTSettlement.HyundaiUSA.com
If you do not have internet access, request more information by calling 866-944-7620.
Submit a Claim Form at DCTSettlement.HyundaiUSA.com to Receive the Following Settlement Benefits:
1. Reimbursement for Diagnostic Visits and Repairs – Class members may claim full reimbursement of reasonable costs incurred for any type of repair, replacement, diagnosis, or inspection related to the dual-clutch transmission (“DCT”) on a Class Vehicle.
2. Compensation to Troubleshoot, Diagnose, or Repair DCT-Related Symptoms – Class members may claim compensation for having to make multiple visits to an authorized Hyundai dealership to troubleshoot issues with a DCT-equipped Class Vehicle.
3. Compensation for Trade-Ins or Sales – Individuals who have traded-in or sold (or will trade-in or sell) their Class Vehicle because of DCT-related complaints may claim compensation.
Our firm, Maddox, Isaacson & Cisneros, LLP, along with co-counsel, is litigating a class action lawsuit on behalf of consumers who purchased or leased any Hyundai vehicle equipped with a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission, including 2016 Hyundai Veloster (Turbo), 2016-2017 Hyundai Tucson (Eco, Sport, Limited), 2017 Hyundai Sonata (Eco), and 2017 Hyundai Elantra (Eco) vehicles. The lawsuit, entitled Wylie, et al. v. Hyundai Motor America, is pending in the United States District Court for the Central District of California, Case No. 8:16-cv-02102. The lawsuit alleges, among other things, that Hyundai:
- * failed to disclose the fact that certain vehicles’ transmissions contain design defects in the transmission control module; and
- * failed to disclose that these defects could cause failure to shift, stalling, and delayed or no acceleration, loss of power, and premature failure of the transmission’s components.
We believe that Hyundai’s advertising and marketing of the Hyundai dual-clutch transmission vehicles described above misled consumers in violation of consumer laws and that consumers who purchased and used the vehicles suffered damages based on the unexpected transmission issues and related safety risks.
If you purchased or leased a Hyundai Veloster (Turbo), Tucson, Sonata (Eco), or Elantra (Eco) dual-clutch transmission vehicle as described above and would like to learn more about the case, please call us at 702.366.1900 or send an email to info@MIC-Law.com. Be sure to give your name, telephone number, and the best time to reach you, and an attorney will get back to you soon.
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