For individuals who leased or purchased a model year 2013 through 2016 Nissan Altima equipped with a continuously variable transmission, you might be eligible for a potential award from the Nissan Altima CVT Class Action Lawsuit!
Allegedly, certain models of Nissan Altimas suffered from a defect that caused their transmissions to fail prematurely. The effects could be shuddering, unexpected power surges, hesitation, stalling, and noises.
So if you are eligible, file a claim by January 30, 2020 to receive your potential award!
Nissan Altima CVT Class Action Lawsuit
- Claim Form Deadline: January 30, 2020
- Who’s Eligible: Class Members include “all current and former owners and lessees who purchased or leased Class Vehicles in the United States and its territories including Puerto Rico.”
- Estimated Amount: Varies.
- Extension of the terms of the Nissan New Vehicle Limited Warranty for either 24 months or up to 24,000 miles, whichever occurs first.
- Reimbursement for transmission assembly repairs related to the alleged defect.
- Class Members who owned or leased vehicles that required two or more repairs or replacements can receive a $1,000 voucher toward the purchase of a Nissan or Infinity.
- Class Members with vehicles that are more than 84 months old or with more than 84,000 miles are not eligible for the extended warranty but they can claim reimbursement for expenses related to transmission repairs.
- Proof of Purchase:
- No proof of purchase required for the warranty extension.
- Claims for reimbursement must include proof of repairs or replacements, including receipts, invoices, or billing statements.
- Claims for the voucher must be made at an authorized Nissan or Infinity dealership and Class Members must present government issued identification.
- Case Name & Number: Gann, et al. v. Nissan North America Inc., Case No. 3:18-cv-00966, in the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee
(Click here to file a claim)
How To File a Claim
- Head over to the Nissan Altima CVT Claim Form.
- Look over the claim form to see if you are eligible.
- Complete the claim form with your information.
- Submit your claim by January 30, 2020 to receive your potential award!
For individuals that are included as a class members, then you are eligible for a potential award from the Nissan Altima CVT Class Action Lawsuit!
According to the lawsuit, those who purchased or leased the defective vehicles did not get what they paid for. So if you are eligible, file a claim by the claim deadline to receive your potential award! Don’t forget to take a look at our full list of Class Action Lawsuit Settlements!
S ford says
I submitted a claim form and all required documents for the nissan Altima lawsuit. I have not received my reimbursement. I have called every available number at nissan to no avail. Can someone help me connect to nissan with reimbursement information. Thank you
Hi Bryan! I’m one of the people who had a Nissan Altima in the year and model that had to have a very expensive transmission repair. I wanted to see if you could do some research and a follow up post to figure out how we are to expect our reimbursement? I submitted a claim, receipts, etc back in November, but I still haven’t received word of how I am to receive reimbursement. I haven’t been able to find anything online regarding it. Thanks!