Ford Transmission Settlement
- Obtain more details in regards to the class action lawsuit entitled Vargas, et al. v. Ford Motor Co., Klipfel, et al. v. Ford Motor Co., and Cusick, et al. v. Ford Motor Co
- The total settlement amount any one class members will receive is based upon a variety of facotrs
- Ford Transmission Settlement class members are defined as anyone who currently owns or lessees of a 2012-2016 Ford Focus or a 2011-2016 Ford Fiesta equipped with a PowerShift transmission
FordTransmissionSettlement.com is administered by Kurtzman Carson Consultants. Class members in the case contend that the FAORD PowerShift transmission “slips, bucks, kicks, jerks and harshly engages” while driving it under normal conditions. The defect causes drivers to suddenly or delayed acceleration and make it difficult to stop the vehicle according to the class members in this highly publicized class action lawsuit. Ford denies any actions of wrong doing but have agreed to settle in order to avoid further litigation.
- Under the settlement terms cash payments, discounts, and repair services will be made available
- The Judge granted final approval on 10/18/17
- In order to receive a cash money pay out the class member MUST submit the vehicle identification number (i.e. VIN) associated with the Ford auto in question
- All claim forms are due not later than 4/16/18 (please note this is an estimated claim form due date)
- A settlement fairness hearing already took place on 10/2/17 (Ford Transmission Settlement class members did not need to attend this bothersome hearing in order to get PAID)
FordTransmissionSettlement.com Contact Info
- Mail: Ford Transmission Settlement, c/o Kurtzman Carson Consultants, P.O. Box 404000, Louisville, KY 40233-4000
- Phone: 1-844-540-6011
- Email: Not Available
Class members who file valid claims and do not opt out of the Ford Transmission Settlement will be represented by Capstone Law LC, Berger & Montague PC, and Zimmerman Law Offices PC. Ford has hired John M. Thomas and Krista L. Lenart to represent their interest in court.