Toyota Venza Cracked Windshield Class Action Lawsuit

Toyota Venza Cracked Windshield Class Action Lawsuit

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Class Action Lawsuit Filed On Behalf Of Owners And Lessees Of 2021 Toyota Venza Vehicles

On February 9, 2022, a class action lawsuit was filed in United States District Court, Eastern District of Texas, against Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc. (“Toyota”) on behalf of a proposed class of past and present owners and lessees of allegedly defective 2021 Toyota Venza vehicles (the “Class Vehicles”) designed, manufactured, marketed, distributed, sold, warranted, and serviced by Toyota.

According to the lawsuit, the Plaintiffs and members of the Class were damaged, because the Toyota Venza Class Vehicles contain defective windshields which cause the windshields to crack, chip and/or fracture.

Class Vehicle owners, according to the complaint, report that windshields failed for no reason at all, and others have reported windshield failure as a result of circumstances that would not cause a non-defective windshield to fail (e.g., a very slight impact). Allegedly, Toyota has refused to repair or replace the defective windshields in the Class Vehicle under Toyota’s warranty, requiring that owners pay hundreds or thousands of dollars to repair the windshield defect.

OWNERS AND LESSEES OF 2021 TOYOTA VENZA VEHICLES WHOSE VEHICLES HAVE BEEN AFFECTED BY CRACKED WINDSHIELDS ARE ENCOURAGED TO COMPLETE THE FORM ON THE RIGHT OR CONTACT KEHOE LAW FIRM, P.C., [email protected], FOR A FREE, CONFIDENTIAL CONSULTATION AND NO-OBLIGATION EVALUATION OF POTENTIAL LEGAL CLAIMS.