Subaru Battery Drain Class Action Lawsuit
Girard Sharp has filed a class action lawsuit following reports that certain Subaru vehicles may have a defective battery system and that Subaru, though aware of this defect, has been unable or unwilling to eliminate it.
Access a copy of the filing here.
The vehicle models currently under investigation for having this battery system defect are 2016-2020 Subaru Outbacks and 2019-2020 Subaru Ascents.
If you own or lease one of the vehicles listed above, you may have a claim for relief. Join the lawsuit and protect your rights by speaking with a Girard Sharp public protection attorney—dial (866) 981-4800—or by submitting your information below:
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Background on Defect
Girard Sharp public protection attorneys have filed a class action lawsuit following reports that 2016-2020 Subaru Outbacks and 2019-2020 Subaru Ascents suffer from a defect that leads to sudden battery drains, resulting in dead batteries and disabled vehicles.
When they occur, these battery drain problems unexpectedly interrupt drivers’ ability to use their Subaru vehicles. Additionally, because of the alleged defect, many vehicle owners have had to purchase accessories like mobile battery jump packs.
If you are a current or former owner or lessee of a 2016-2020 Subaru Outback or 2019-2020 Subaru Ascent, you may have a claim for relief. Learn more by speaking with a Girard Sharp public protection attorney—dial (866) 981-4800—or by submitting your information in the form above.
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For a free consultation about your potential claims, contact one of our public protection attorneys at (866) 981-4800.