Last week, the New York Times reported that Aston Martin was recalling more than 5,000 vehicles after it discovered that a supplier in China used counterfeit materials that could lead to a vehicle’s accelerator pedal to break.
The car manufacturer informed the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration about the recall last week. The company said that the recall involves the following vehicle models: 2008-14 DB9 and V8 Vantage, the 2009-12 DBS, the 2010-12 Rapide, the 2014 Rapide S, the 2011-12 V12 Vantage, the 2011-14 V8 Vantage S and the 2012 Virage.
This is not the first recall for the prestigious manufacturer. Last May, Aston Martin recalled 689 vehicles over concerns that throttle pedal arms might break, returning the engine to idle during use. However, following the recall, the automaker said it underestimated the number of vehicles that may be affected by the problem and increased the number of vehicles to 5,000.
Where Can I Find an Auto Manufacturer Class Action Lawsuit Attorney?
Automakers and auto part manufacturers need to be held liable when their defective products falter, costing consumers money and time. This can be done through a class action lawsuit, allowing all consumers who have been affected to receive compensation.
Our attorneys are currently involved in a lawsuit over 2006-2010 Hyundai Sonata vehicles and may agree to remove and replace the brake components with new components in connection with their continuing investigation for owners who have vehicles that may qualify for litigation.
If you have any interest in speaking with the attorney about a potential class action lawsuit or the ongoing Hyundai case, please contact Gary S. Graifman, Esq. toll free at (800) 711-5258 to schedule a free initial consultation or complete the form on this page to let our skilled attorneys review your case.
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