More than four years after Arkansas attorney Jay Kutchka began investigating whether odometers on Honda vehicles inflated the number of miles actually driven, a federal judge in Texas has preliminarily approved a settlement agreement that could benefit up to 6 million consumers and earn the lawyers for the class up to $9.5 million in fees. In the suit, class members alleged that the odometers in their Honda and Acura vehicles misstated the actual miles driven by between 2 percent and 4 percent.
Odometer Settlement May Earn Class Lawyers $9.5 Million in Fees
November 13, 2006
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