Ford Trucks

In May 2019, two class-action lawsuits were filed against Ford Motor Company for allegedly marketing false fuel-economy ratings for its Ford Ranger and F-150 trucks and overstating the miles per gallon that the vehicles could achieve when, according to plaintiffs, Ford uses flawed testing methods and the vehicles do not achieve the advertised miles per gallon. Click on the case information below to read each complaint.

Another class-action lawsuit was filed against Ford Motor Company in May 2019 alleges that the automobile company deceptively claims that the trucks – including its 2019 Ranger Trucks and F-150 series trucks – are fuel efficient when, according to plaintiffs, the vehicles have a cheat device and don’t achieve the advertised fuel economy in real-world driving conditions. (Lloyd et al v. Ford Motor Co., Case No. 19-cv-11319, E. D. MI.)

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