CaseyGerry is investigating a car defect found in some high-end luxury brand cars. Car owners have experienced sticky buttons on touch points in the interior of their luxury vehicles such as on buttons on steering wheels, doors and windows, air conditions, radio controls and more. Car owners of several luxury brand vehicles like Alfa Romeo, Aston Martin, Ferrari, Jaguar, Lamborghini, Maserati, Mercedes Benz and Range Rover, have reported the same issue.
Discussions on the issue of sticky buttons are trending topics in online car forums dedicated to these models. Car owners experiencing this issue seek solutions from online forums because the manufacturers have failed to resolve the issue. Furthermore, replacing these buttons are costly and may involve switching out a whole system rather than just the buttons. For example, if the buttons on the radio system are sticky, it is common to switch out the whole radio system rather than just the buttons, usually at the expense of the consumer.
Although this issue may seem trivial in comparison to other automobile defects, it is important to note that a price of a Jaguar starts at $76,000 and the average price of an Aston Martin is $153,000.
If you are a current owner of an Alfa Romeo, Aston Martin, Ferrari, Jaguar, Lamborghini, Maserati, Mercedes Benz or Range Rover and have experienced sticky buttons in your car, please contact our Class Action attorneys at (619)238-1811 to explore your legal options.
With over 74 years of experience representing plaintiffs against big corporations, we have successfully resolved auto defects including a $300 million settlement in the Chrysler Dodge-Jeep Ecodiesel® litigation.