Subaru Ascent Transmission Class Action Lawsuit Investigation Detail
Do you own a 2019 or 2020 Subaru Ascent? Several complaints have surfaced regarding transmission issues with the two vehicles: either the vehicle transmission can slip, or the vehicle will shake or jolt.
People are talking with their attorneys and are looking to sue Subaru. They would need to speak with drivers who have also experienced issues with their 2019 or 2020 Subaru Ascent to know more about the case.
What Else To Know About the Subaru Transmission Issue?
Subaru Ascent users cited a few issues with the vehicles:
- Shifting issues.
- A sense that the car is faltering or seems to halt.
- The CVT (Continuous Variable Transmission) seems to slip.
75,000 2019 Subaru Ascent cars went into recall when it was announced in December 2019, that a defective sensor was possibly present in the transmission.
The NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) reported that the sensor will inaccurately measure hydraulic fluid pressure, where the car may end up slowing down or hesitating, putting the driver at a higher risk for a crash.
The concerned vehicles were made between the 22nd of February 2018 and the 7th of May 2019 and were supposed to be up for a software update because of the recall.
Some people think the update may not have fully fixed the vehicles. There are even models built after the 7th of May 2019 that may have the same transmission issues and are not part of the recall.
Have you experienced any sudden shake or jolt with your 2019 or 2020 Subaru Ascent? Please don’t hesitate to call us and tell us about your experience.
Editor’s note on the Subaru Ascent Transmission Class Action Investigation:
This news feature is created to keep you informed of the latest class action settlement that was agreed upon by parties involved in the lawsuit filed against the makers of the Subaru Ascent.
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