HONDA CR-V & CIVIC OIL CONTAMINATION
Class Action Lawsuit Regarding Honda CR-V & Civic Engine Oil Contamination
Our law firm is investigating a potential class action lawsuit related to an alleged widespread reported defect in model years 2017-18 Honda CR-V and Civic vehicles equipped 1.5 liter turbo engines. It has been reported that the alleged defect causes fuel contamination of the engine oil that results in the failure of engine bearings and other internal components. The failures can result in dangerous situations for vehicle occupants and others on the road.
Our initial research indicates this is a uniform defect in the above model year Civic and CR-V vehicles equipped with the 1.5t engines. Our investigation also reveals that the Honda may refuse to cover the cost of repairing or replacing the defective parts prior to engine damage and further refuse to compensate owners when a catastrophic failure occurs.
Some Honda CRV and Civic owners have discovered the defect by the smell of gasoline present in the vehicle’s engine oil or what appears to be an overfilled engine oil reservoir.
If you are a current or former owner of a model year 2017 or 2018 Honda Civic or CR-V and you are interested in learning more about how we can help, please provide the following information:
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