Honda Odyssey Class Action Lawsuit Dismissed - Transmission Digest

Honda Odyssey Class Action Lawsuit Dismissed

According to Carcomplaints.com, a Honda Odyssey class-action lawsuit has been dismissed after minivan owners “failed to adequately allege a defect in the Transmission.”

The Car Complaints noted that the lawsuit alleged there were defects in 2018-2019 Honda Odysseys equipped with 9-speed ZF automatic transmissions that may have suffered from “rough, delayed, or sudden shifting or failure to shift; grinding or other loud noises during shifting; harsh engagement of gears; sudden or harsh accelerations/decelerations; and sudden loss of power.”

The judge in the case said some of the bulletins referenced in the lawsuit directed dealerships to update the transmission software in the past., and this was enough to cause the suit to be dismissed. But the plaintiffs may amend their complaint.

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