Archive: March, 2011

Robins v. Jaguar Cars

Posted on 03/10/11 by Dana Manner

Robins v. Jaguar Cars, 2010-0252/FTL (Fla. NMVAB March 10, 2011) Intermittently, even when someone over the threshold weight was sitting in the passenger seat, the passenger “airbag off” warning light illuminated, meaning that the passenger airbag would not deploy, in this 2009 Jaguar XFL. The Consumer testified that when she first purchased the vehicle she […]

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Grant v. Volvo Cars of North America

Posted on 03/01/11 by Dana Manner

Grant v. Volvo Cars of North America, 2011-0007/JAX (Fla. NMVAB March 1, 2011) (See “Collateral Charges” above) For the purpose of calculating the statutory reasonable offset for use, mileage attributable to the Consumers up to the hearing date was 32,817. The Consumers argued that the mileage should have been calculated up to the first repair […]

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Urrutia v. Chrysler Group LLC

Posted on 03/01/11 by Dana Manner

Urrutia v. Chrysler Group LLC, 2011-0002/ORL (Fla. NMVAB March 1, 2011) (See “Nonconformity” above) The Consumer sought reimbursement of $80.00 for window tint as a collateral charge. The Consumer did not provide documentation to verify the charge for the window tint and the Manufacturer objected to the request for reimbursement as being “speculative.” An inspection […]

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Grant v. Volvo Cars of North America

Posted on 03/01/11 by Dana Manner

Grant v. Volvo Cars of North America, 2011-0007/JAX (Fla. NMVAB March 1, 2011) The Consumers’ 2010 Volvo XC60 was declared a “lemon” by the Board. The $687.34 monthly payment the Consumers made to the lienholder included payments made for credit life insurance and credit disability insurance, collateral charges which were financed at vehicle purchase. The […]

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Krueger v. Toyota Motor Sales, USA, Inc.

Posted on 03/01/11 by Dana Manner

Krueger v. Toyota Motor Sales, USA, Inc., 2010-0314/WPB (Fla. NMVAB March 1, 2011) On September 1, 2010, the Consumer sent written notification to the Manufacturer to provide the Manufacturer with a final opportunity to repair his 2010 Toyota Prius. The Manufacturer received the notification on September 7, 2010. By letter dated September 10, 2010, from […]

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Urrutia v. Chrysler Group LLC

Posted on 03/01/11 by Dana Manner

Urrutia v. Chrysler Group LLC, 2011-0002/ORL (Fla. NMVAB March 1, 2011) The Consumer complained of a loud wind noise emanating from the skyslider roof in his 2010 Jeep Liberty. The Consumer first heard the noise two days after purchasing the vehicle, when he first drove at highway speeds of between 55 through 70 miles per […]

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