Audi Lawsuit News
The plaintiff in a New Jersey based lawsuit against Volkswagen Group has requested a voluntary dismissal of the entire case, without prejudice. Sounds like someone got a free fix and decided the rest was too much work. … continue reading
A new lawsuit says there are some timing concerning timing with how Audi's start-stop technology engages and disengages certain safety systems. … continue reading
Stress cracks in the plastic water channels around Audi sunroofs will lead to leaks and tons of interior damage. … continue reading
A sunroof class-action lawsuit has been proposed for all California Audi owners and lessees with defective, leaky panoramic sunroofs. … continue reading
A recently filed lawsuit says Audi's parent company, Volkswagen Group, doesn't honor its warranties when water leaks through their defective panoramic sunroofs. … continue reading
Audi has been sued for installing noisy brakes in the 2015-2018 Q7, but the automaker says the suit is all squeal and no bite.
The plaintiff points to three service bulletins as evidence that Audi is aware of the issue, but in their motion … continue reading
Four Audi engineering managers have been indicted for their roles in installing and concealing the infamous emissions “defeat devices." Among their charges are conspiracy, violations of the Federal Clean Air Act, and wire fraud.
The m … continue reading
There’s an important deadline coming up for Audi owners who previously paid for repairs to their timing chain system or damaged engine from a timing chain failure, and want the automaker to pick up the tab.
A recently approved timing chain … continue reading
When Volkswagen agreed to a multi-district settlement for selling polluting engines marketed as clean diesel, it did so knowing it’d have to pay billions of dollars to customers that owned or leased an affected vehicle when the news about t … continue reading
Audi coolant pumps have been recalled (twice!) but their replacements aren’t ready yet. So what’s an owner who can’t drive their car supposed to do? Wait, apparently.
A new lawsuit wants Audi to at least pony up for free loaner vehicles. He … continue reading
Owners and lessees of certain 2008-2014 VW and Audi vehicles may soon be eligible to receive benefits for their engine’s defective timing chain.
On November 19, 2018 a judge will rule on a proposed settlement that would either reimburse own … continue reading
A Q7 owner has sued Audi over his squeaky brake pads and defective rotors. But in a twist, the brakes that come with the car aren’t the problem … it’s the $1700 replacement parts.
In April 2018, the plaintiff heard loud squealing noises wh … continue reading
There appears to be a settlement on the horizon for Audi owners who have either had or are concerned about timing chain damage. From CarComplaints.com:
"The proposed settlement includes all consumers who purchased or leased certain 20 … continue reading
An Audi Start-Stop system lawsuit alleges the feature causes vehicles to unintentionally roll away because of a defect in the Start-Stop systems. … continue reading
Step aside, diesel owners – a new class-action lawsuit with up to 100 plaintiffs says Audi also installed "defeat devices" on gas engines to mask CO2 emissions.
"The lawsuit says illegal CO2 defeat devices were installed on … continue reading
Volkswagen has released a settlement update for 83,000 Audi, Porsche, and VW vehicles with TDI engines. And methinks owners are going to be Scrooge McDuck levels of happy. … continue reading
2016 has been the year of emissions cheating. There's been so much talk about VW's massive diesel cover-up that it sure would be nice to finish out the year without hearing the words "defeat" or "device" again.
But it ai … continue reading
A judge has given VW's diesel settlement preliminary approval, which means owners of 2-liter diesel Volkswagen and Audi vehicles are one step closer to the end of this mess.
"Judge Charles Breyer already gave preliminary approval to … continue reading
The Green Mountain State is seeing red.
"Vermont has turned down Volkswagen's U.S. emissions cheating settlement offer and opted to sue Audi, Porsche and VW for showing a "blatant disregard" for the protection of the state’ … continue reading
Audi owners who are scared of their timing chains "jumping a tooth" in the camshaft and killing the engine in the process now have a lawsuit to rally around.
"Saying the defect resides in the timing chain tensioner system, … continue reading
Hey emission-wagön owners, VW has setup a special website just for you. From CarComplaints.com
"Volkswagen says owners will eventually be able to learn more about the settlement terms and determine how much compensation is available … continue reading
A timing chain tensioner lawsuit has been filed in New Jersey claiming multiple Audi and VW vehicles are at risk of complete engine failure due to a manufacturing defect. From CarComplaints.com:
"The VW and Audi A3 vehicles are equipp … continue reading
A jury has blamed Audi for injuries sustained during an A4 Quattro crash.
It's a sad story. An 11-year-old boy was sitting behind his father, the driver, when the car was struck from behind. The force of the impact caused the driver's seat … continue reading
A class-action lawsuit has been filed in California saying VW wouldn't have been able to sell a single vehicle in the US without their defeat devices. The suit claims Volkswagen and Audi have violated California's Unfair Competition Law and … continue reading
Here's something that doesn't happen every day. Despite agreeing with the Audi defense team's arguments, a Californian Judge is giving Audi owners help with their oil consumption problems.
A lawsuit was filed against Audi accusing them of … continue reading
Audi owners have long complained that their engines drink oil like a sailor at port. For years their concerns were shrugged off by Audi (and its parent company Volkswagen), but the recent settlement of a class-action lawsuit gives some owne … continue reading
The Volkswagen Group, parent company of Audi, has reached a settlement on a class-action lawsuit claiming 500,000 of their vehicles were prone to engine damage from oil sludge.
"Under the agreement, Volkswagen would pay at least 50 p … continue reading