Bannister Law is investigating a potential class action against FCA Australia Pty Ltd ACN 125 956 505 (Fiat Chrysler Australia), the distributor of Jeep Grand Cherokee in Australia.
Following international reports, we are investigating the possible use of software installed in Grand Cherokees which recognised when the vehicle was being tested for compliance with nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions levels under European and Australian standards and which may have manipulated the test results so that the vehicles produced less NOx emissions when tested compared to when the vehicles are driven in real world driving conditions.
We are seeking to identify consumers who have purchased a Jeep Grand Cherokee fitted with diesel engines. If you are interested, please register your details for a potential class action against Fiat Chrysler to recover compensation for financial loss suffered.
What is a class action?
Class actions are legal proceedings brought by one person on behalf of a group. Rather than each person pursuing a claim separately, a class action streamlines the process enabling a dispute involving large numbers of people to be resolved through a single case.