Friday, July 8, 2011
Lawsuit: GM Concealed Defect in 2007-2008 Impalas
The lawsuit, which is seeking class action status, alleges GM should also be compelled to repair Impalas that were purchased by over 400,000 consumers during the same time period.
Donna Trusky, who filed the lawsuit, purchased an Impala in February 2008, but had to replace the tires after only 6,000 miles. The dealer that paid to replace Trusky's rear tires failed to mention the potential problem with the rear spindle rods. The rear tires had to be replaced again when the vehicle had only 24,000 miles. The suit claims GM concealed the existence of the defect from all class members, particularly those who took their Impala vehicles to dealers for repairs.
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