Do you own a Chrysler 2.7 engine? Lawsuit details and more…
Are you an owner of a DaimlerChrysler vehicle? How are you enjoying the purchase that you have made?
A feat of German technological achievements in the automobile industry, vehicle models released by the company are well-received by consumers, and critiques about them are generally positive.
However, vehicles from the company have been under fire due to several issues that it has faced. Many customers have complained about the alleged problems with Chrysler 2.7 engines.
The incidents include reports of the car stopping altogether even though it only has low mileage. Even the presence of regular maintenance did not deter this issue from going away, for they also tend to stop working too.
We here at Consider The Consumer believe that any defects a consumer experience with their purchase entails not only financial issues but also the emotional stress that it brings in figuring out what went wrong with their purchase.
And there are many instances wherein this issue may cause a potentially life-threatening scenario that may harm the well-being or even the customer’s life.
For example, concerned customers agree that this issue is extremely detrimental when it comes to live traffic, and the Chrysler 2.7 problems will occur out of the blue.
Experts pinpoint that the root cause of the issue is directly attributable to the sludge build-up that is present in most DaimlerChrysler models.
In fact, according to official data and reports, the car mentioned above has a far greater tendency to have oil build-up issues compared to other available models in the market.
The issue has been reported to occur in select models. Models under the Chrysler brand include Concorde, Eagle Vision, New Yorker, LHS, Sebring, 300 M.
Additionally, for Dodge models, the issue was reported to occur in only three models. They are the Dodge Intrepid, Dodge Stratus, and Dodge Magnum. All of the models above fall between the manufacturing and release years of 1998 to 2003.
What do these models have in common, you may ask? All of them feature the Chrysler 2.7 engine make of the company.
In this case, the Chrysler and Dodger models all have a 2.7L engine capacity, which serves as the whole vehicle’s main powerhouse.
Because of the issue with the models, some also reported that their 2008 Dodge Charger 2.7 engine faces problems too.
This has led to different class action lawsuits filed against the maker of the vehicle in different states in the U.S.
Due to the intricacy of the case and other factors such as the presence of similar grounds of arguments presented to the large scope, federal authorities have considered the cases to be consolidated for a faster resolution.
The process, known as Multidistrict Litigation or LDL, has been the prime consideration officials have noted to put a rest to the issue.
As of press time, it was reported that the company has been denying claims made by customers attributing it to misuse on the user’s end.
If you own any of the models mentioned earlier and you have been experiencing issues with them, do not hesitate to contact us through our official communication lines on the Editor’s Note below.
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