Paint Payout: Honda Canada reaches proposed settlement in Québec-based peeling paint case

UPDATE: On July 6, 2022, the Superior Court of Quebec approved the Settlement Agreement. Submit your claim between September 30, 2022 and March 31, 2023.

Québec City, Québec ⁠— Honda Civic and Acura CSX owners may finally see a settlement reached regarding their vehicles’ peeling paint following Honda Canada’s proposed settlement.

The OEM has proposed a $27 million settlement for peeling paint issues on 2006 through 2013 Honda Civics and 2006 through 2011 Acura CSX models.

In 2019, two law firms filed class-action suits against Honda Canada for defective paint on 2006 through 2013 model year Honda Civics and 2006 through 2011 Acura CSX models. The firms alleged that Honda Canada sold cars with paint defects in the North American market.


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  1. is there any class action suits against Honda in the U.S. again the paint peeling? My Honda civic paint has been peeling for years. my husband had to repaint it and its peeling again.

    1. The paint is peeling and oxidizing on the hood of 2010 Honda Crosstour which is the hatchback version of the Accord. Why was the Accord not included in the lawsuit? Pride of ownership applies to Honda owners.

  2. I spoke to Honda Canada and the claim forms will be available only in November 2022. You have to leave your email on their website in order for them to keep in contact with you.

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