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What is this lawsuit about?
This lawsuit is known as In re Navistar MaxxForce Engines Marketing, Sales Practices and Products Liability Litigation, Case No. 1:14-cv-10318. The lawsuit alleges that the Defendants sold or leased 2011-2014 model year vehicles with MaxxForce 11- or 13-liter diesel engines that had a defective EGR emissions system and that if Named Plaintiffs had known of the defect, they would not have purchased or leased their vehicles or would have paid less for the vehicles than they did. Defendants deny all of the allegations in the lawsuit and that they did anything wrong.
Who is included?
Everyone who fits this description and does not fall under the exclusions below is a Class Member: All entities and natural persons who purchased or leased a 2011-2014 model year vehicle equipped with a MaxxForce 11- or 13-liter engine certified to meet EPA 2010 emissions standards without selective catalytic reduction technology, provided that the vehicle was purchased or leased in any of the fifty (50) States, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, or any other United States territory or possession.
Excluded from the Class are: (1) all federal court judges who have presided over this Litigation and any members of their immediate families; (2) all entities and natural persons that have litigated claims involving Class Vehicles’ allegedly defective EGR emissions system against Navistar to final, nonappealable judgment (with respect to those vehicles only); (3) all entities and natural persons who, via a settlement or otherwise, delivered to Navistar releases of their claims involving Class Vehicles’ allegedly defective EGR emissions system (with respect to those vehicles only); (4) Defendants’ employees, officers, directors, agents, and representatives, and their family members; (5) any Authorized Navistar Dealer of new or used vehicles; (6) any person or entity that purchased a Class Vehicle solely for the purposes of resale (with respect to those vehicles only); (7) any person or entity that was a lessee of a Class Vehicle for fewer than thirty-one (31) days (with respect to those vehicles only); and (8) Idealease and Navistar Leasing Co. (lessees of Class Vehicles for more than thirty (30) days from these entities are part of the Class). The Settlement Agreement contains more information about the Class and who may be excluded from it.
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