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Nissan Continuously Variable Transmissions Class Action (“Nissan CVTs”)

2020 – Merchant Law Group LLP has launched Canada-wide class action litigation [including CV-20-00083710-00CP] against Nissan North America, Inc. (“NNA”), regarding the Continuously Variable Transmissions (“CVTs”) in  vehicle model years 2013-2017 Nissan Nissan Sentra, 2014-2017 Nissan Versa Note, and 2012-2017 Nissan Versa vehicles.

You may be included in this class action  if you own or lease a 2013–2017 Nissan Sentra, 2014-2017 Nissan Versa Note, and 2012-2017 Nissan Versa Vehicle equipped with a CVT in Canada (“Class Vehicles”). 

Merchant Law Group LLP has 10 offices across Canada, with lawyers practicing law in six provinces. Merchant Law Group LLP and Tony Merchant, Q.C. are well known for pursuing class action lawsuits in Canada including litigation regarding Winners/HomeSense, Various Cellular Phone Fees, BCE Dividends, GM Gasket Manifolds, Hip Implants, Lead Paint in Toys (and similar consumer products), Maple Leaf, Celebrex/Bextra, Vioxx, Sony, Residential Schools and various other cases. Tony Merchant, Q.C. is known to be one of Canada’s most active litigators with more than 600 reported cases in leading Caselaw Journals, having argued thousands of cases before the Canadian and American Courts, in Trial and Administrative Courts, and the Courts of Appeal of various American and Canadian jurisdictions, the Federal Court of Canada, and the Supreme Court of Canada. Tony Merchant, Q.C., has a long history in pursuing public policy cases and is a former Member of the Legislative Assembly (M.L.A.)

The class actions will seek financial compensation or benefits for affected Canadians who own or lease one of the defective vehicles in question. Please note, joining our contact list for the Nissan Continuously Variable Transmissions Class Action creates no financial obligation for you and your information will be kept confidential. (If you have previously joined our contact list for this class action and your address or other contact information has changed, you may update your contact information on our list by completing the form below.)

The class action would seek financial compensation, repairs, and other benefits for affected Canadians who own or lease one of the defective vehicles in question.

Please note, joining our contact list for the Nissan Continuously Variable Transmissions Class Action creates no financial obligation for you and your information will be kept confidential. (If you have previously joined our contact list for this class action and your address or other contact information has changed, you may update your contact information on our list by completing the form below.)

Pour le service en français au sujet de ce recours collectif (ou d’autres recours potentiels), s.v.p. remplir le formulaire ci-dessous ou contacter notre bureau de Montréal (montreal@merchantlaw.com).

Veuillez noter que joindre notre liste de contacts pour le recours collectif crée aucune obligation financière pour vous et vos informations resteront confidentielles.

Please include the model/year of your vehicle in the comment section of the contact form below.

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