US court rejects VW/Audi sunroof settlement


* 3rd Circuit decertifies plaintiff class * Court proposes fixes to ensure plaintiffs treated equally * Plaintiffs claimed defective sunroofs allowed water leaks By Jonathan Stempel May 31 (Reuters) - A federal appeals court on Thursday refused to approve a class-action settlement over alleged defective sunroofs on several Volkswagen and Audi models but proposed a fix that could revive the nationwide accord. Owners claimed that sunroofs on roughly 3 million vehicles from the 1997 to 2009 ...

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