Owners and Lessees of 2019-2022 Volkswagen Atlas, Golf, Jetta, Tiguan and Taos Vehicles With Wiring Harness Defects May Have Legal Claims.
Owners and lessees of 2019-2022 Volkswagen Atlas, Golf, Jetta, Tiguan, and Taos vehicles should be aware that a class action lawsuit was filed on March 18, 2022 on behalf of a class of past and present owners and lessees of allegedly defective 2019-2022 Volkswagen Atlas, Golf, Jetta, Tiguan and Taos vehicles (collectively, the “Class Vehicles”) designed, manufactured, marketed, distributed, sold, warranted, and serviced by Defendant Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. (“VW” or “Volkswagen”).
According to the class action complaint, VW has been aware that the subject Class Vehicles suffer from a dangerous manufacturing and/or design defect that causes the Class Vehicles’ door wiring harnesses to fail and results in, among other things, the Class Vehicles erratically applying the emergency brakes, opening and closing the windows, and displaying numerous error messages and emitting warning noise.
The wiring harness defect is, according to the complaint, a serious safety hazard that substantially increases the likelihood of a vehicle collision and injury to drivers, passengers and pedestrians, and prevents the vehicles from providing safe or reliable transportation.
OWNERS AND LESSEES OF 2019-2022 VOLKSWAGEN ATLAS, VOLKSWAGEN GOLF, VOLKSWAGEN JETTA, VOLKSWAGEN TIGUAN, AND VOLKSWAGEN TAOS VEHICLES ARE ENCOURAGED TO CONTACT KEHOE LAW FIRM, P.C., [email protected], FOR A FREE, CONFIDENTIAL CONSULTATION AND NO-OBLIGATION EVALUATION OF POTENTIAL LEGAL CLAIMS.