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Fried v. Nissan Motor Corporation USA

Posted on 08/16/11 by Dana Manner

Fried v. Nissan Motor Corporation USA, 2011-0121/FTM (Fla. NMVAB August 16, 2011) The Consumers leased a 2010 Infiniti G37 and complained of a navigation system failure causing the navigation screen to display only lines and not “street names” in gated communities. The Consumers were both realtors who relied on the navigation screen to find homes […]

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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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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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