Motley Rice attorneys are reviewing potential economic loss cases involving Mercedes-Benz BlueTEC “Clean Diesel” vehicles with emissions systems allegedly designed to defraud regulators, similar to those at issue in the Volkswagen emissions fraud litigation.
Mercedes-Benz is alleged to have installed software to disengage emissions controls when temperatures are less than 50 degrees Fahrenheit. It is believed that customers were deceived into paying a premium for “clean diesel” cars that allegedly emit pollutants well beyond the government standard.
We are no longer accepting economic loss claims for Mercedes-Benz BlueTEC “Clean Diesel” vehicles.
Affected Mercedes-Benz vehicles powered by BlueTEC diesel-fueled engines include:
Vehicle Defect Lawyers
Motley Rice attorneys have experience in vehicle defect cases and have held leadership roles in similar litigation, including representing hundreds of people in the Volkswagen Emissions Fraud litigation as well as playing a key role in the General Motors’ ignition switch defect cases and Takata’s exploding airbag litigation. Motley Rice co-founder Joe Rice is on the Plaintiffs’ Steering Committee for the VW “Clean Diesel” litigation, serving as one of the lead negotiators for the $14.7 billion settlement for 2.0-liter owners, and recovering at least $1.2 billion in a proposed settlement for 3.0-liter vehicles.
Motley Rice vehicle defect lawyers are also reviewing cases involving alleged emissions defects in certain Audi vehicles and those manufactured by Fiat Chrysler, including Jeep Grand Cherokees and Dodge Ram 1500.