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Dieselgate Scandal

FORD DIESEL FRAUD CLAIM

Ford allegedly fitted illegal emission defeat (or cheat) devices in hundreds of thousands of their diesel vehicles in the UK.

What are defeat devices?

Defeat devices are designed to reduce emissions in order to falsely pass regulatory approval tests. When fitted with a defeat device, the vehicle understands when it is under ‘test conditions’ and emissions are reduced so to pass these tests. However, these ‘test conditions’ do not reflect how the vehicle actually performs when driven in the real world.

Outside of test conditions, the affected vehicles release much higher emissions and their overall performance is much lower. As such, without the operation of a defeat device, the vehicles would not pass the necessary regulatory tests.

Accusations against Ford

PGMBM believes that Ford deliberately misled its customers as to the real levels of emissions their vehicles produce.

As a result of these vehicles being on the road, adults and children may have suffered respiratory problems from breathing in the high volumes of toxicants found in polluted air.

Dieselgate worldwide

In similar Dieselgate cases around the world, other manufacturers have already paid billions in damages to customers as part of various settlement agreements.

If you have ever owned or leased a diesel Ford car or van, first registered between 2007 and 2020, then you may be able to claim compensation.

We believe Ford customers could be owed up to £10,000 for Ford’s part in the Dieselgate scandal as part of the Ford Diesel Fraud Claim.

Customers who owned or leased more than one affected vehicle are entitled to make claims for each of their vehicles.

Start your claim today

Start your claim today with PGMBM. You may receive thousands of pounds in compensation.

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DIESELGATE SCANDAL

FORD DIESEL FRAUD CLAIM

Ford allegedly fitted illegal emission defeat (or cheat) devices in hundreds of thousands of their diesel vehicles in the UK.

What are defeat devices?

Defeat devices are designed to reduce emissions in order to falsely pass regulatory approval tests. When fitted with a defeat device, the vehicle understands when it is under ‘test conditions’ and emissions are reduced so to pass these tests. However, these ‘test conditions’ do not reflect how the vehicle actually performs when driven in the real world.

Outside of test conditions, the affected vehicles release much higher emissions and their overall performance is much lower. As such, without the operation of a defeat device, the vehicles would not pass the necessary regulatory tests.

Accusations against Ford

PGMBM believes that Ford deliberately misled its customers as to the real levels of emissions their vehicles produce.

As a result of these vehicles being on the road, adults and children may have suffered respiratory problems from breathing in the high volumes of toxicants found in polluted air.

Dieselgate worldwide

In similar Dieselgate cases around the world, other manufacturers have already paid billions in damages to customers as part of various settlement agreements.

If you have ever owned or leased a diesel Ford car or van, first registered between 2007 and 2020, then you may be able to claim compensation.

We believe Ford customers could be owed up to £10,000 for Ford’s part in the Dieselgate scandal as part of the Ford Diesel Fraud Claim.

Customers who owned or leased more than one affected vehicle are entitled to make claims for each of their vehicles.

Start your claim today

Start your claim today with PGMBM. You may receive thousands of pounds in compensation.

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PGMBM (a trading name of PGMBM Law Ltd)

SRA License Number 512898

PGMBM is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority and complies with the Solicitors Code of Conduct, a copy of which can be located here.