This is a complaint that will have a fairly significant impact. According to information from Le Parisien, Thursday evening, dozens of owners of Renault, Nissan (one of the groups of the alliance) and Dacia cars will file a criminal complaint on Monday, June 5, against Renault Group and Nissan, before the criminal court of Nanterre. And this, for serious reasons: "Aggravated deception, deceptive commercial practices" and "fraud, destruction, damage and deterioration dangerous for people, endangering the lives of others.»
"This is a class action and not a class action within the meaning of the Hamon law, so framed that it is ineffective," explains to the Parisian Me Christophe Lèguevaques, lawyer at the Paris bar. Before adding that "the other victims will be civil parties as soon as an investigating judge has been appointed." According to the daily, a group of 1,782 people feel aggrieved. Other victims are also recorded in Spain or Belgium or Spain.
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The causes of their anger? Too much oil consumption, premature wear or the breakage of the 1.2 TCe engine - a petrol block built on 400,000 vehicles, from October 2012 to June 2016. The list of potentially problematic models is as follows: Renault Captur, Clio IV, Kadjar, Mégane 3, Scénic 3; Dacia Duster, Lodgy; Nissan Juke, or Qashqai. If 133,050 cars are possibly concerned, "less than 10% may have encountered a phenomenon of overconsumption of oil," retorts Renault.