Personal Injury

Mitsubishi Outlander Sport Transmission Defect Injuries

Issue: Alleged Defects in Mitsubishi Outlander Sport CVT Constant Velocity Transmission Systems Leading to Serious Injuries

Lieff Cabraser has successfully represented Mitsubishi drivers and passengers across the U.S., and families who lost loved ones, in lawsuits based on injuries that would not have occurred, or would have been substantially less harmful, but for manufacturing and design defects and related safety flaws in Mitsubishi’s SUVs and cars. These cases include accidents involving Mitsubishi Montero, Montero Sport, Eclipse, Endeavor, Outlander, and Outlander Sport models.

Outlander Sport CVT Injury Accidents

We are actively investigating widespread Mitsubishi Outlander Sport owner reports that the Constant Velocity Transmission (CVT) in the 2015-2016 model Outlanders can suffer sudden dysfunction leading to significant delays in acceleration that can increase the risk of a serious injury accident. These and earlier models have been the subject of numerous recalls by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), which has repeatedly noted the increased crash risk from Mitsubishi vehicles equipped with the CVT constant velocity transmission.

Contact National Vehicle Injury Lawyers

If you or a family member have been injured in an Outlander Sport accident you suspect may relate to a transmission defect, we invite you to contact us for a prompt and confidential evaluation of your case. You can call us toll-free at 1 800 541-7358 and ask to speak to attorney Fabrice Vincent, or use the form below to send us an email message. There is no cost or obligation for our review of your Outlander injury accident.

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