This has been a very active month for Subaru. The National Highway and Safety Administration (NHTSA) announced Subaru’s third recall this month. This time the manufacturer is facing potential lemon law claims with regard to defective moonroofs on the 2011 model year Subaru Outback and Subaru Legacy SUVs.
Subaru recently announced to the NHTSA that they failed to use enough adhesive to the glass portion of the moonroof on the affected potential lemon vehicles. As a result, the wind can cause the glass to rip off the vehicle when traveling at high speeds. The glass on the moonroof is rather heavy thereby increasing the risk of accident and injury.
The Subaru moonroof recall is expected to commence some time in October. Subaru consumers will be notified of the recall. Once the recall commences consumers can take their vehicles into their nearest Subaru authorized dealership for repair work.
If you own or lease a 2011 Subaru Outback or 2011 Subaru Legacy and have experienced problems with you potential lemon Subaru vehicle, it is possible that you may have a lemon law claim and that you may be driving a lemon Subaru.
If you own or lease a Subaru and have experienced problems, you may be entitled to compensation. Call the experienced attorneys at Consumer Law Experts today for a free and confidential case evaluation.
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