Compensation for Toyota 4Runner Premature Rusting

Individuals who own a 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, or 2009 Toyota 4Runner may qualify for significant cash compensation as a result of premature rusting which can compromises the vehicles’ safety, appearance and value.

The Toyota 4Runner has been found to have excessive, premature rust corrosion due to a faulty manufacturing process where the frames were not properly prepared and treated against rust corrosion.

Compensation for your Rusty 4Runner

If you have a Toyota 4Runner within the years of 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 you may qualify for a cash payout.

In 2016 Toyota settled a similar lawsuit for $3.4 Billion for owners of Toyota Tundra, Tacoma and Sequoia. It was found that, “The excessive rust corrosion on the Toyota 4Runner compromises the vehicles’ safety, stability, and crash-worthiness because important suspension components, engine mounts, transmission mounts, and body mounts anchor to the vehicles’ frames. It has also affected the value of the vehicle.”

Why file a 4Runner Lawsuit?

Premature corrosion may be putting you at risk

If you own a 2003-2009 Toyota 4Runner, your vehicle may be experiencing premature rust and corrosion of the frame, putting you, your passengers, and others on the road at serious risk.

According to documentation, 4th generation Toyota 4Runner frames were improperly treated for rust and corrosion, compromising the safety and stability of the vehicles. This manufacturing error impacts important suspension components, engine mounts, and body mounts that are anchored to the frame. Improper treatment against premature rust and corrosion may lead these components to break, causing major driving hazards which could endanger you and your passengers.

If your 4Runner is experiencing premature rust and corrosion, an inspection of your vehicle will not only determine if your 4Runner is safe to drive, but it will also provide helpful information for a class-action lawsuit.

For additional information or to schedule an inspection of your 2003-2009 Toyota 4Runner, please fill out the form below and someone will be in touch with you. We encourage you to act now, as the lawsuit is progressing quickly.

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