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Defective Sun Roof

Panoramic Sunroof, Looking Up From Interior

Hyundai Motor America and Hyundai Motor Company have agreed to settle a class action concerning the shattering of panoramic sunroofs on certain of its vehicles. The complaint claimed that the sunroofs are defective and can shatter suddenly without provocation, when the car is parked or in operation.

Cadillac Sun Roof Leaks

A leaky sun roof may not sound like much of a problem, but when the incoming water damages electronics, creates moldy interiors, and requires expensive repairs, consumers are likely to expect some remedy from the company. The complaint for this class action alleges that General Motors (GM) put out Cadillac SRX vehicles for model years 2010-2013 with defective sun roof design, materials, or workmanship, that the company was aware of the problem while the vehicles were within warranty, and that it should cover such damage under its warranties.

The complaint for this class action claims that certain models of BMW cars from model-years 2004-2010 purchased in the US or Puerto Rico have a problem with water entering the trunk, from clogged sunroof drainage tubes or some other means of entry. The complaint alleges that the water causes damage to certain electronic components located in the spare tire well of the trunk.


The plaintiffs in this lawsuit allege that Volvo Car Corporation marketed and sold vehicles that have defective sunroof drainage systems and did not properly warranty their vehicles.

Ford F-150 2015

This investigation is looking into allegations that the sunroofs, moonroofs, and rear windows of Ford model F-150 trucks leak, potentially causing damage to truck interiors.

This lawsuit alleges that certain model Volvo have defective sunroofs and this defect allows water and moisture to seep into the floor pan causing property damage.