Cases & Investigations

Honda Accord Defective Starter Motor Lawsuit Investigation

PRACTICE AREAS: Defective Products
PRODUCT: 2013 - 2015 Honda Accords
CASE STATUS: Under Investigation

Attention: Anyone who leases or owns a 2013 – 2015 Honda Accord.

Berger Montague is asking to hear from anyone who owns or leases a 2013 – 2015 Honda Accord and has experienced problems starting the car. We are working to determine whether a class action lawsuit should be filed, but first we need to hear from people like you to gather more information about Honda Accord starter problems.

About the investigation

Berger Montague is investigating the possibility that 2013 – 2015 Honda Accord models have a defective starter motor that fails earlier than expected.

If you own or lease a 2013 – 2015 Honda Accord, we are interested in hearing from you. You may be able to participate in a class action to recover compensation for repair and replacement costs. Contact us today to learn more.

What’s wrong with 2013 – 2015 Honda Accord starter motors?

We believe that 2013 – 2015 Honda Accord starter motors suffer from design defects that can lead to their premature failure. As a result, the vehicles can fail to start.

What is a starter motor?

A starter motor is a device that rotates a vehicle’s internal-combustion engine. This rotating initiates the engine’s operation and allows the vehicle to start.

Why aren’t 2013 – 2015 Honda Accord starter motors working properly?

Consumers have reported that their vehicles’ starter motors are prematurely failing, leading to general failure of the product and making it difficult to start their cars.

Are there any other Honda Accord starter problems? Yes.

In addition, 2013 – 2015 Honda Accord batteries are prone to premature wear. After the batteries have worn down, they lack sufficient current to power the defective starter motor or handle the general power duties of the vehicle. As a result, vehicles can fail to start or even lose power and stall during operation.

Some customers are voicing their concerns online. Their comments include:

“Bought a Honda Accord Coupe V6 last year because I thought a Honda would be reliable. Not reliable at all! It will take the car two or three times to actually start! It will make a loud grinding noise which sounds to be the starter not functioning correctly. I had the battery replaced and the starter replaced by a very reputable dealer, but it still will not start on occasion! It is very annoying and unreliable!”

“My 2013 Honda Accord Sport is used to run my business. I bought it new and 2 months ago it started hesitating to start. I was worried by the ‘all of a sudden’ issue, so I took it to Honda to see what the problem was. THE STARTER! They charge over $1000 to fix it!!!”

“Purchased my new Accord EX in July 2015…In December of ’15 I was driving home on a medium heavy traffic and I approached an intersection and signaled to turn left…As I started to turn, the car lost all power and turned off. In traffic. I felt it go out and tried to keep going by pumping on the gas pedal like crazy but it didn’t change. So I quickly pressed the start button to turn it back on and pumped the gas to get it out of the intersection.”

If you drive a 2013 – 2015 Honda Accord and have experienced issues starting your car, please fill out the contact form on this page.

Do I have to pay to consult with an attorney?

We are happy to talk with you about your potential claims free of charge. If we decide to represent you in a lawsuit, we will enter into a written contingent fee agreement with you. A contingent fee agreement means we only get paid if we win, and that we will receive our fees from the amount paid by the Defendant in the case.

Please contact us to discuss the details of your case. You may:

  1. Use the contact form on this page
  2. Email info@bm.net
  3. Call (800) 424-6690

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