A putative class action in federal court in Camden alleges that Kia installed shoddy timing belts in its 2004 Rio cars, leading to engine damage that the manufacturer would not pay to remedy.

The suit, Latraverse v. Kia Motors America Inc., 10-cv-6133, seeks class certification for 37,599 buyers of the subcompact, manufactured in sedan and hatchback body styles.

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