Do you own a Nissan vehicle? Then you should continue to read this post, as your safety may be at-risk.
Our law firm is currently involved in a punitive class action lawsuit action involving a potential defect in the timing chain tensioning systems, including the primary timing chain tensioner, primary timing chain guide, secondary timing chain tensioners and secondary timing chain tensioner shoes on several Nissan vehicles.
The vehicles include:
- 2004-2006 Nissan Altimas (with the VQ35 engine)
- 2004-2009 Nissan Quests
- 2004-2008 Nissan Maximas
- 2005-2010 Nissan Frontiers
- 2005-2010 Nissan Xterras
- 2005-2010 Nissan Pathfinders
When the alleged defects occur, they can lead to the destruction of engine parts, resulting in costly repairs and possible collisions.
Our lawsuit alleges that the timing chain tensioning system is prone to premature failure before the end of the life of the vehicle, and well before consumers should reasonably expect any such failure to occur.
How Do I File a Nissan Class Action Lawsuit?
Automotive manufacturers must be held liable when their defective products falter, costing consumers money and time. This can be done through a class action lawsuit, allowing all customers who have been affected to receive compensation.
If you have an interest in speaking with an attorney about this Nissan case, please contact Gary S. Graifman, Esq. to schedule a free initial consultation or complete the form on this page.
Kantrowitz, Goldhamer & Graifman, P.C. – Class Action Lawyers