Honda Will Settle Class Action Infotainment Lawsuit

Honda Will Settle Class Action Infotainment Lawsuit

  • By: Staff Writer
  • Published December 23, 2020

Honda filed a legal document stating it intends to settle a class action lawsuit that alleges certain Honda vehicles have defective infotainment systems that freeze up. Specifically, the lawsuit alleges infotainment systems frequently freeze up while consumers drive their Honda vehicles, which causes related vehicle features to fail, such as the navigation system, entertainment system, and backup camera.

On October 2, 2020, Honda filed a notice stating it has reached an agreement in principle with Plaintiffs to fully settle the lawsuit on a class-wide basis following. The notice states Honda has agreed to pay reasonable attorney fees, costs, and Class Representative Service Awards. It further explains the Honda and Plaintiffs will move for preliminary of approval of the proposed class action settlement.

The following vehicles are involved:

  • Honda Odyssey (2018 to 2019)
  • Honda Pilot (2019)
  • Honda Passport (2019)

The case is Conti, et al, v. American Honda Motor Co., Inc., case number 2:19-cv-02160-CJC-GJS, in the Central District of California.

A copy of the Joint Notice of Settlement is below:

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