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BMW Navigation System Not Delivering As Promised
Seeger Weiss is investigating claims for a class action suit against BMW for allegedly manufacturing, marketing, and selling vehicles with defective navigation systems. The vehicles at issue include all BMW vehicles equipped with a current-generation BMW navigation system containing the “Advanced Real-Time Traffic Information” feature.
BMW markets the navigation system as reliable and accurate, promising local real-time traffic updated every three minutes and dynamic guidance to automatically re-route the vehicle around traffic.
However, it is alleged that the navigation system is defective because it fails to display local real-time traffic information and also fails to automatically re-route the vehicle to avoid traffic incidents on the vehicle’s route.
It is further alleged that, despite consumer complaints made directly to BMW, the auto manufacturing giant failed to acknowledge the problem or issue a recall. Worse, when consumers brought their vehicles to BMW-authorized service centers to repair the navigation systems, BMW failed to repair the vehicles or remedy the defect.
If you or someone you know has purchased a BMW vehicle equipped with a current-generation BMW navigation system containing the “Advanced Real-Time Traffic Information” feature that is not working properly, please contact us. All initial consultations are free of charge.
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