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On September 15, 2017 Siskinds LLP filed a proposed class action lawsuit against BMW related to certain car models containing the N2O engine.

The proposed action alleges that BMW vehicles equipped with the "N20" engine contain defects in the primary and secondary assembly chains. It is alleged that these defects cause the chains to wear out prematurely, resulting in costly repairs borne by the proposed class.

The action seeks to represent all persons who purchased or leased a BMW vehicle containing the N20 engine during the period between 2012-2015.

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What is a Class Action?

A class action is a lawsuit that is brought by one or more persons on behalf of a larger group of people whose claims share common legal and/or factual issues. Class actions provide a cost-effective way for groups of people with common interests to pursue a legal claim.

Do I have to pay anything to participate in the class action?

Class action lawyers are usually paid on a contingency basis. This means that class counsel are only paid if successful. Class counsel are paid a percentage of any settlement or court award. Class counsel fees are subject to court approval.

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What is a Class Action?

A class action is a lawsuit that is brought by one or more persons on behalf of a larger group of people whose claims share common legal and/or factual issues. Class actions provide a cost-effective way for groups of people with common interests to pursue a legal claim.

Do I have to pay anything to participate in the class action?

Class action lawyers are usually paid on a contingency basis. This means that class counsel are only paid if successful. Class counsel are paid a percentage of any settlement or court award. Class counsel fees are subject to court approval.

I still have a question. Who should I contact?

If you have any other questions, please complete the contact form below.

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