Ford Explorer owners file a class action lawsuit against the companyMarch 21, 2019
More than 3,000 complaints and 50 collective claims were caused by complaints of carbon monoxide poisoning in the cabin of the new SUV. Owners across the country report persistent migraines and dizziness.
To date, owners have filed more than 3,000 complaints and 50 lawsuits against Ford. Owners complain of nausea, headache, dizziness and other symptoms while driving the updated Explorer SUV. Obviously, carbon monoxide seeps into the cabin. The same information is confirmed by some police stations that used the model as official vehicles.
Complaints mainly relate to Ford Explorers, built between 2000 and 2018. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) began exploring problems in 2016. Until a decision is made, and if NHTSA finds these cars unsafe, a million model recalls can be arranged, and Ford will receive huge fines.
“All of our tests to date have shown that these machines are safe,” a spokesman for Mike Levine said in a statement to Bloomberg. “The Ford study did not reveal a level of carbon monoxide that would exceed the usual daily level in the life of every person.”
Meanwhile, the updated 2018-2019 Ford Everest SUV has entered the Chinese market. Motorists of the China were offered eight sets of a large frame SUV with a single 245-horsepower turbo engine under the hood.
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