Canada Joins the Lawsuit Party Against Audi's Defective Start-Stop System

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Scott McCracken
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For the third time in three months Audi has been sued for failing to do something about their dangerous start-stop defects. It's almost as if owners don't appreciate suddenly losing access to their power steering and brakes while slowing down or not knowing whether their vehicle will accelerate through a busy intersection.

Notes About the Lawsuit

  • The accusations in this Canadian-based lawsuit are similar to previous cases. Like how before the car comes to a stop the system shuts down the engine. That's fine. But it also shuts off the power steering and brakes. That's less fine.
  • The case, Dusanjh v. Audi AG, et al., has been filed in the Supreme Court of British Columbia.
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