A new class-action says VW's front assist technology applies the brakes randomly and without warning. Customers who complain are typically given two not-so-great options, live with it and document the malfunctions or disable the feature entirely.
The Missouri-based class-action says that's unacceptable and wants VW to take ownership of the problem. That includes covering any related repairs or costs associated with the system malfunctioning under warranty.More information on carcomplaints.com
VW's collision avoidance technology is detecting objects that don't exist. When that happens it slams on the brakes and ends up putting unsuspecting occupants in harm's way. A lawsuit wants the automaker to do more than simply suggest that