A class-action lawsuit over Chrysler Dodge Ram Recalls due to Chrysler defective steering was met with denial by the automaker in court, as Chrysler lobbied to have all 11 complaints over the so-called “death wobble” dismissed.
“Plaintiffs’ express warranty claims are premised on the mistaken notion that Chrysler Group promised that their vehicles were free from defects,” the automaker said, in court arguments presented November 13.
“The [warranty] does nothing other than extend Chrysler Group’s obligation to pay the cost of all parts and labor needed to repair any item during the warranty’s…limits. Indeed, courts recognize that a promise to repair actually acts as a warning that the product at issue may fail.”
In its November 13th rebuttal of the Chrysler Dodge Ram Recalls lawsuit, the defendant listed no fewer than 17 arguments as to why all 11 complaints in the lawsuit should be dismissed.
The case is Shaun Sater et al. v. Chrysler Group LLC, case number 5:14-cv-00700, in the US District Court for the Central District of California.
Read more about the Chrysler recall in our previous blog post Chrysler Air Bag and Steering Wobble Recalls.
Read more and watch the “death wobble” video: http://www.lawyersandsettlements.com/articles/chrysler-dodge-ram-recalls-defective-steering-system/chrysler-dodge-ram-recalls-defective-steering-system-8-20285.html