Audi Denied Sedan's Push-Button Ignition Was Defective

The Legal Intelligencer


At the end of 2015, plaintiff Joseph Zuritsky leased a 2015 Audi S6 sedan for $51,320.60, in Montgomery County. He claimed that, within a month or two of leasing the car, he began experiencing issues with the push-button ignition-starting mechanism. Specifically, it took several attempts of pushing the start button before the car's engine activated. On three occasions, he had taken the car for inspection at an Audi dealership, but no problem with the ignition was found.

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