Jury Finds Navistar Committed Fraud And Violated The Tennessee Consumer Protection Act

From Markets Insider, “Jury awarded damages to the trucking company that purchased the trucks in the amount of $10,800,000 of actual damages and $20,000,000 in punitive damages.

Failed to disclose that the engine was launched with serious known defects in the engine. Email evidence that Navistar knew when it launched the engine that critical engine components had serious quality problems and a shortened life span.”

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