The Superior Court of Pennsylvania has upheld a $5.6 million verdict in a memorandum opinion against Kia Motors, but ruled the trial judge must explain why he awarded $4.1 million in attorney fees.

The $5.6 million Philadelphia Common Pleas Court class action verdict was awarded to owners of Kia sedans with allegedly faulty braking systems. The court upheld the verdict in a nonprecedential decision Wednesday.

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