A class action was filed setting forth defects on the Nissan Pathfinder transmission.
1. “This is a class action brought by Plaintiffs on behalf of themselves and all persons who purchased or leased a model-year 2013 or later Nissan Pathfinder vehicle equipped with Nissan’s continuously variable automatic transmission (“CVT”) (collectively, the “Vehicles”) marketed, distributed, sold, or warranted by Nissan North America, Inc. (“Nissan” or “Defendant”).
2. All Vehicles at issue in this litigation share a common, uniform defect in the Vehicles’ CVT. The defect is present at the time of sale or lease, and it causes the Vehicles to judder, shudder, shake, and jerk violently when under acceleration. As a result, the Vehicles fail to properly accelerate, including by delaying acceleration and interrupting the forward propulsion of the Vehicles.
3. The CVT defect imposes a safety hazard upon Plaintiffs, the Classes and the public because the Vehicles’ malfunctioning transmission prevents drivers from safely accelerating when entering traffic, changing lanes, and making turns, all of which substantially increase the likelihood of collisions involving the Vehicles.”
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