2017 Land Rover Discovery Windshield Leak Causes Lawsuit
Proprietor of 2017 Land Rover Discovery says windshield leak prompted extreme water harm.


A 2017 Land Rover Discovery windshield leak has prompted a category motion lawsuit alleging water destroyed the pc system for the dashboard.

The present model of the category motion lawsuit contains 2017 Land Rover Discovery SUVs, however the plaintiff says mannequin yr 2013-2020 automobiles could also be included later.

In accordance with the plaintiff, he misplaced all dashboard controls, indicators, messaging and instrumentation when water leaked into the pc system. This created a harmful driving situation, an issue allegedly widespread in 2017 Discovery SUVs.

The plaintiff took the Discovery to the dealership for repairs and was allegedly advised windshield leaks had been a typical drawback with the SUVs. The plaintiff was advised to choose up the Discovery after it had been on the supplier about two months.

In accordance with the category motion, the Discovery had a moldy odor from the dealership allegedly leaving the automobile closed up, moist and uncleaned for 2 months. The plaintiff says he refused to simply accept the Discovery in that situation and the technicians allegedly understood why.

The Discovery has allegedly been on the Land Rover supplier for about 5 months as a result of the automaker allegedly will not resolve the difficulty.

Land Rover allegedly knew concerning the windshield drawback when the Discovery was bought however actively hid the windshield leak defect.

The category motion argues Land Rover ought to reimburse any buyer the acquisition value of the Discovery if the SUV sustained severe harm from a leaking windshield. The 2017 Discovery SUVs must also be recalled to correctly restore the windshields and the automaker ought to prolong the warranties associated to the windshields.

The 2017 Land Rover Discovery windshield leak lawsuit was filed within the U.S. District Court docket for the Jap District of Tennessee, Southern Division: TH Chiro, PLLC, et al., v. Jaguar Land Rover North America, LLC.

The plaintiff is represented by the Regulation Workplace of Stephen S. Duggins.