Consumer advocates from three groups say Subaru should be recalling models with a stalling problem instead of providing owners with an extended warranty on a troublesome continuously variable transmission. Stalling cars create “potentially dangerous situations for drivers,” said Jason Levine, the executive director of The Center for Auto Safety. “Why isn’t this being called a recall?” By offering an extended warranty Subaru is admitting it has problems with the transmission, Friedman, a top official at the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) from May 2013 until July 2015 said. www.forbes.com/sites/jensen/2017/09/07/consumer-groups-subaru-should-recall-transmissions-not-just-extend-warranty/#210ff340ab27
Consumers have complained about stalling, jerking, hesitation, and related problems.
Owners of Subaru vehicles with transmission problems or stalling may be entitled to compensation. Call (973) 598-1980 for a free consultation.