Lemberg Law is investigating consumer complaints about the 2017 Honda CR-V with EX, EX-L, or Touring trim. Folks have been telling our firm that the Honda CR-V’s multimedia information display, located in the middle of the instrument cluster, may intermittently produce failure alerts pertaining to a variety of safety features. For example, the alert may indicate a problem with the road departure mitigation system, the lane keeping assist system, the collision mitigation braking system, or the auto high beam. In addition, there may be a warning about the adaptive cruise control system, or the Honda CR-V may experience speed fluctuations when the adaptive cruise control is active.
**ATTENTION, if you are a current owner of a 2017-2018 CR-V in following trim: EX, EX-L and Touring and are experiencing issues with the information display, you may be eligible to join a class action suit against Honda. So give us a call. Our services are absolutely FREE to you. Click 877-795-3666 ☎ NOW for a Free Case Evaluation. Or go ahead and fill out our Contact Form.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has already logged more than 100 consumer complaints about the 2017 Honda CR-V. Consumers have reported issues about the car’s electrical system, service brakes, seat belts, and more. Here’s a sample:
When you buy a new car, you expect it to be dependable. That’s a reasonable expectation. Oftentimes, though, manufacturers become aware of defects yet don’t take immediate steps to correct the problem Lemberg Law is dedicated to holding car manufacturers accountable for auto defects. We do that by representing individual consumers in lemon law cases and by representing groups of consumers in class action lawsuits. We would welcome the opportunity to represent you.
If your 2017 Honda CR-V’s multimedia information display is showing failure messages and you are interested in becoming a class action plaintiff, complete our case evaluation form or call us at 877-795-3666