Archive: April, 2011

Leigh v. Nissan Motor Corporation USA

Posted on 04/15/11 by Dana Manner

Leigh v. Nissan Motor Corporation USA, 2011-0016/PEN (Fla. NMVAB April 15, 2011) The Consumer asserted that the driver’s side seat rubs against the door in her 2009 Nissan Versa. Ms. Leigh added that, as a result, a little bit of fabric had started to come off of the seat. The Manufacturer asserted the problem did […]

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Carey-Donlevy v. General Motors Company

Posted on 04/07/11 by Dana Manner

Carey-Donlevy v. General Motors Company, 2011-0036/ORL (Fla. NMVAB April 7, 2011) The Consumer’s 2009 Saturn Vue had the following defect or condition that substantially impaired its use, value or safety: a transmission condition, which had manifested itself in several different ways: (a) the transmission hesitated before shifting gears and then “jumped” or “slammed” into gear, […]

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Ruggiero v. Volkswagen/Audi of America Inc.

Posted on 04/01/11 by Dana Manner

Ruggiero v. Volkswagen/Audi of America Inc., 2011-0028/FTL (Fla. NMVAB April 1, 2011) The Consumer’s 2010 Volkswagen Tiguan was declared a “lemon” by the Board. The purchase price of the vehicle, for the purpose of calculating the statutory reasonable offset for use, was $27,526.00. The Manufacturer argued the mileage used to calculate the offset should be […]

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