Archive: November, 2010

Prado v. American Honda Motor Company Inc.

Posted on 11/18/10 by Dana Manner

Prado v. American Honda Motor Company Inc., 2010-0242/ORL (Fla. NMVAB November 18, 2010) The Consumer complained that the head restraint on the driver’s side was uncomfortable in his 2009 Honda Accord. He testified that the head restraint was so uncomfortable that he would lose concentration when he was driving, which gave him concern for his […]

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Thames v. Nissan Motor Corporation USA

Posted on 11/16/10 by Dana Manner

Thames v. Nissan Motor Corporation USA, 2010-0237/TLH (Fla. NMVAB November 16, 2010) At the hearing, the Nissan representative requested that the Board consider copies of internal emails sent between himself and Heather Arbuckle, an Arbitration Specialist with Nissan North America. The Nissan representative did not submit the emails to the Board or the Consumer prior […]

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Thames v. Nissan Motor Corporation USA

Posted on 11/16/10 by Dana Manner

Thames v. Nissan Motor Corporation USA, 2010-0237/TLH (Fla. NMVAB November 16, 2010) The Manufacturer stipulated that the Consumer’s 2010 Nissan Maxima had an excessive vibration between 45-75 miles per hour which substantially impaired its use, value and safety. According to the Consumer, a letter from the Manufacturer dated July 8, 2010, instructed him to take […]

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Cerge v. Land Rover of North America

Posted on 11/16/10 by Dana Manner

Cerge v. Land Rover of North America, 2010-0233/FTL (Fla. NMVAB November 16, 2010) The vehicle, a 2008 Range Rover Sport HSE, was originally leased new by Dr. George on July 18, 2008, in West Palm Beach, Florida. Mileage at the time of delivery of the vehicle to the original lessee was 148 miles. The lease […]

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Pagan v. Toyota Motor Sales, USA

Posted on 11/09/10 by Dana Manner

Pagan v. Toyota Motor Sales, USA, 2010-0231/ORL (Fla. NMVAB November 9, 2010) The Consumer complained of a sudden acceleration on one occasion in his 2010 Toyota Corolla. The Consumer testified that, while he was Ataking off @ from a stop light at approximately 20 miles per hour, the vehicle began to accelerate by itself up […]

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