If you are a current or former owner or lessee of certain gasoline engine Porsche vehicles you may be eligible for a class action settlement payment.
Settlement payments may be up to $200 – $1,100 depending on the vehicle, plus an additional $250 for certain vehicles subject to a Sport+ emission recall.
What is the Settlement about?
Porsche and Volkswagen (the “Defendants”) have agreed to a Consumer Class Action Settlement Agreement and Release (the “Settlement”) to resolve claims that certain Porsche-branded gasoline vehicles sold or leased in the United States produce excess emissions and/or obtain worse fuel economy on the road than in testing conditions. Porsche and Volkswagen deny the claims but have decided to settle. The Court has not decided who is right. A federal court has granted preliminary approval of this Settlement, and you may submit your claim now here.
For more information about what the Settlement covers, please click here. Additional information about the Settlement is available in the Important Documents and FAQ pages of this website.
What does the Settlement provide?
Under the Settlement, maximum cash payments range from approximately $200 to $1,100 for original and sole owners of the Class Vehicles, depending on the model and model year of the vehicle. Former owners, lessees, and non-original owners may be eligible to claim compensation. Certain Class Vehicles will receive compensation based on changes to fuel economy, which will be reflected in an updated Monroney Label, and payments for those vehicles will vary based on months of ownership/lease. Class Vehicles with Sport+ Mode that are part of the ongoing Sport+ emissions recall will receive an additional $250 for completion of the recall. The total value of the Settlement is at least $80 million.
Click here to access the Benefit Calculator to estimate your compensation under the Settlement for eligible vehicles. Please review the FAQ for information on settlement payment amounts.