Millions of vehicle owners, previous vehicle owners and people who lease vehicles could claim against car companies in relation to a “cheat device” fitted to their vehicles similar to that of Volkswagen.
Affected vehicles include VW, Mercedes, Renault and Nissan with more being investigated.
If you ever owned or leased a Mercedes diesel car or van first registered between 2007 and 2018, then you may be able to claim.
VW Polo 1.0l TSI BlueMotion 70kW EU6, six-speed manual gearbox
VW Scirocco 2.0l TDI BMT 135kW EU6, six-speed manual gearbox
VW Jetta 1.2l TSI BMT 77kW EU6, six-speed manual gearbox
VW Jetta 2.0l TDI BMT 81kW EU6 seven-speed (DSG), Five-speed manual gearbox
VW Golf Convertible 2.0l TDI BMT 81kW EU6, five-speed manual gearbox
VW Golf 2.0l TDI BMT 110kW EU6, six-speed manual gearbox
VW Passat Alltrack 2.0l TSI 4MOTION BMT 162kW EU6, seven-speed (DSG)
Nissan Qashqais fitted with a 1.2 litre engine.
Customers who owned more than one vehicle that meets the description above can make multiple claims. Other vehicle makers are also being investigated.
Customers who owned more than one vehicle that meets the description above can make multiple claims.
Our Director Alisha Butler is involved in the VW Group Litigation as a consultant and she states that: “Owners / previous owners may have claim similar to that of the VW group litigation claimants. These large manufacturers should not be deceiving the public with these cheat devices. People often buy their cars based on claims made by the manufacturers such as “environmentally friendly” or “Cleanest Diesel Cars Ever” but these vehicles have been shown to have cheat devices which change the results of the emission tests so they show a reduction in emissions when being tested but then revert to higher emissions when back on the road. This is fraudulent and the general public are having the wool pulled over their eyes by companies they trust and we are here to fight their corner”
If you own / did own or lease an affected vehicle then you could claim and receive thousands in compensation.
We confirm that we work on a no win, no fee and our deduction is capped at 25% of any compensation. Please note that there may be a further deduction of approximately 5% in respect of insurance.