Honda Files a Motion to Dismiss Honda Sensing Safety Lawsuit

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Scott McCracken
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carcomplaints.com
A Honda gauge cluster showing that certain safety features are activated

Honda has filed a motion to dismiss a lawsuit that alleges the Honda Sensing safety suite is really quite dangerous. The consolidated lawsuit says warning messages appear for no reason and that the vehicles can suddenly change speeds while driving. Honda lawyers have come up with a list of technicalities on why the case should be tossed.

More About This Lawsuit

  • Honda's lawyers say some of the plaintiffs didn't provide any pre-lawsuit notice to the automaker and that state-law claims seek remedies that aren't available.
  • The original lawsuit originally only covered the 2017 CR-V but has since consolidated with other class-actions.
  • The lawsuit now covers the 5th generation CR-V (2017-2020) and 9th generation Accord (2016-2020).
More information on carcomplaints.com

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Honda Sensing Problems

Honda sensing is a group of safety systems to help drivers monitor changing road conditions. However there are growing concerns about malfunctions in the system that cause the auto-brakes to engage randomly, the radar to get confused on sun

Related Honda Generations

At least one model year in these 2 generations have a relationship to this story.

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  1. 9th Generation Accord

    Years
    2013–2017
    Reliability
    54th of 58
    PainRank
    49.34
    Complaints
    1341
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  2. 5th Generation CR-V

    Years
    2017–2020
    Reliability
    43rd of 58
    PainRank
    21.19
    Complaints
    481
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