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Toyota, Lexus or Scion Sudden Acceleration Economic Loss Class Action Settlement

This is a settlement for the CBB Group Recalls Toys lawsuit.

Los Angeles, CA: If you currently or previously own(ed), lease(d), purchased, or insured certain Toyota, Lexus, or Scion vehicles, you could be eligible to receive monetary and other benefits from a class action settlement.

The Toyota sudden and unwanted acceleration lawsuit claims that certain Toyota, Scion and Lexus vehicles equipped with electronic throttle control systems (ETCS) are defective and can experience unintended acceleration. As a result, the suit pursues claims for breach of warranties, unjust enrichment, and violations of various state consumer protection statutes. Toyota denies that it has violated any law, denies that it engaged in any and all wrongdoing, and denies that its ETCS is defective. The parties agreed to resolve these matters before these issues were decided by the Court. This settlement does not involve claims of personal injury or property damage.

If you are class member, you may be entitled to one or more of the following:

A cash payment for alleged loss upon certain disposition of a Subject Vehicle during the period from September 1, 2009 and December 31, 2010 or upon early lease termination following an alleged unintended acceleration event that you reported.

Installation of a brake override system (BOS) in certain Subject Vehicles at no charge.

A cash payment if your Subject Vehicle is not a hybrid and is not eligible for a BOS.

Participation in a Customer Support Program.

Other settlement benefits.

For more information including class member options and filing dates visit:

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Published on Mar-26-13


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I have Toyota Lexus 2009 rx 300?


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