Consumers Ask Court To OK Class In Toyota Camry HVAC Suit

Law360 (July 14, 2021, 9:41 p.m. EDT) — Consumers accusing Toyota and a regional distributor of allegedly hiding faulty air conditioning systems in certain Camry models asked a federal judge in Florida on Wednesday to certify their case as a class action , but the companies said proposed class guidelines are too broad and would entangle the court in individual member matters.

Counsel for Plaintiffs Javier Cardenas, Michelle Monge and Rodney Baker told U.S. Magistrate Judge Lauren F. Louis at a Miami hearing that they have made a concerted effort to focus their class definition, restricting it to non-hybrid buyers. 2012-14 model year Camrys in the five states served by Defendant…

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