Hyundai and plaintiffs have reached a settlement to solve the case against the company. The claim was that the Hyundai’s panoramic sunroofs shatter unexpectedly.
If you owned or leased Hyundai vehicles equipped with a panoramic sunroof you can file a claim to get compensation.
Plaintiffs Billy Glenn, Roxana Fitzmaurice, Kim Fama, Kathy Warburton, Jahan Mulla, and Corinne Kane filed a case against Hyundai, Motor America, and Hyundai Motor Company in December 2015.
Moreover, the class action claimed that the Hyundai panoramic sunroofs were prone to shattering which occurred because of a defect in the glass used in Hyundai vehicles. Further, the Hyundai class action lawsuit claimed that the shattering was “at least in part due to the ceramic tint used on the glass.”
Moreover, the plaintiffs said that the sunroofs can shatter unexpectedly with a high sound. This allegedly led to repair expenses and other costs.
However, Hyundai agreed to settle the class cation lawsuit in February 2019. But, the company do not admit any wrongdoing by settling the class action lawsuit.
There are many options available for compensation under the Hyundai sunroof settlement. For instance, non-monetary compensation includes an extended warranty. Further, monetary compensation includes reimbursement for repairs up to $200 and a $1,000 for trade in rebate.
Moreover, if Class Members do not want to trade in their vehicle, they can claim for compensation up to $600 through a mediation session.
Hyundai owners need to file a valid Claim Form before July 25, 2019 to get the compensation benefits.
The deadline for objection or exclusion from the settlement is June 25, 2019.
Who’s Are Eligible To File The Claim?
- Class members who purchased or leased a Vehicle in the United States.
- All owners and lessees of Vehicle who purchased or leased it abroad while they were on active military duty.
- 2011-2016 model year Sonata Hybrid,
- 2010-2016 model year Tucson,
- model year Sonata, 2012-2016 ,
- 2012-2016 model year Veloster,
- Santa Fe, 2013-2016
- 2013-2016 Santa Fe Sport,
- 2013-2016 Elantra GT,
- 2012-2016 model year Azera,
- 2015-2016 model year Genesis.
- Warranty extension
- Reimbursement for repairs
- Reimbursement for rental cars
- Up to $200 for experiencing the shattering first hand
- $1,000 trade-in rebate
- up to $600 for alternative dispute resolution
Proof of Purchase
Proof of repair expenses including receipt and credit card statement.
Claim Form Deadline
Glenn v. Hyundai Motor America, Case No. 8:15-cv-02052-DOC, in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California