A Nissan forward emergency braking malfunction has led to a lawsuit that alleges vehicles suddenly and unexpectedly brake on railroad tracks, bridges, intersections and other locations.
Instead of protecting drivers, the Nissan lawsuit alleges the systems create perfect conditions for rear-end and side crashes.
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The proposed class-action includes consumers who purchased or leased any 2017-2019 Nissan vehicles equipped with forward emergency braking, also known as automatic emergency braking.
… According to the lawsuit, no Nissan vehicles should be equipped with the technology when drivers have no clue when the vehicles will come to a halt without warning.
Read more at carcomplaints.com.