Our legal panel believes diesel vehicles manufactured between 2008-2018 could be eligible.
Nissan Diesel Emissions Claims
Have you owned or leased a diesel Nissan between 2009 and 2018? You could be owed thousands in Nissan diesel compensation after it is alleged the manufacturer fitted emissions altering devices in their vehicles.
Potentially thousands of UK diesel Nissan vehicles have been fitted with what is now known as a “defeat device” between 2009 and 2018. We want to make sure that, if this is proven to be true, Nissan are held responsible for their lies in relation to the diesel emissions.
Our Nissan diesel claims legal panel are carrying out investigations, and initial indications show that up to 600,000 UK diesel Nissan vehicles could have been affected over the nine-year period.
If you believe you could have been affected, you can check your eligibility on our free-to-use registration checker. Please visit our partner website, emissions.co.uk, to use this checker.
What is the Nissan Diesel Emissions Scandal?
The diesel emissions saga first made headlines in 2015, when the original Dieselgate scandal was born. This involved the Volkswagen Group who admitted to installing “defeat devices” into 11 million of their vehicles worldwide. This was after USA regulators had found irregularities between emissions output when being tested in a lab compared to in real-world conditions.
Many industry experts at the time believed that it was not only Volkswagen that could be implicated in the scandal, and their predictions could be turning out true. Nissan first made Dieselgate headlines in June 2020 when claims were made against the manufacturer installing a so-called “defeat device” in their vehicles.
These defeat devices work when the vehicle is being tested in a lab for regulatory purposes. The device disable certain engine controls when it is being tested to ensure that diesel emissions output are below regulatory levels.
When the car is taken out of the lab, however, the defeat device automatically switches off, and the diesel emissions output is much higher. This can potentially lead to the car being wrongly advertised and consumers being misled.
Our legal panel believe this is wrong, as the pollutant in question is Nitrogen Oxide (NOx). NOx contributes to various respiratory diseases, cancer, acid rain and smog. This means Nissan vehicles could have been polluting UK air much more than advertised for nine years.
It has been reported that the Nissan Qashqai could have breached emissions limits by up to 15 times regulatory limits in the UK. This is why our panel believe it is important to bring forward Nissan Emission claims.
What is the law behind the Nissan emission claim?
Our legal panel are currently taking on claimants to join our Group Litigation Order. The claim itself would focus on seeking compensation from Nissan for their lies in relation to their diesel vehicles. In particular, this claim could call upon claims for deceit, a breach of consumer protection laws, a breach of contract, and breaches of the competition act.
If Nissan admit their potential wrongdoing, they will have purposefully suppressed clean emissions for monetary gain. This means, you, as a customer could have been lied to while also been exposed to more of the dangerous pollutant, NOx.
The Environmental Impact
NOx contributes to various respiratory diseases, cancer, acid rain and smog. Pollution from cars is the biggest contributor to NOx in our air.
Air pollution is estimated to cause up to 36,000 premature deaths in the UK each year.
The WHO estimated that in 2016, 600,000 children died from acute lower respiratory infections caused by polluted air.
Affect on Crops
High levels of nitrogen dioxide are harmful to vegetation - damaging foliage, decreasing growth or reducing crop yields.
Which Nissan Vehicles Are Affected?
The Nissan Diesel Claim is still in its infancy. This means there is an ongoing investigation to find out exactly which models have been affected. Early suggestions from our legal panel show that models that could be affected include:
- Manufactured between 2008 and 2018
Our expert panel of Nissan Diesel claim solicitors can help determine whether your particular vehicle has been affected.
How much can I receive for a Nissan Emissions Diesel claim?
There is currently no guidance on how much compensation Nissan owners can receive for an emissions claim. Having said this, over 100,000 UK Emissions claims have now been settled and paid out in the UK.
In addition to this compensation for the Volkswagen dieselgate scandal in the USA, Canada, Australia and Germany have ranged from £1,140 - £7,000 per driver.
Our Nissan diesel claims panel will keep our clients updated in relation to any rulings on compensation.
In addition to this, our legal panel work on a No Win, No Fee basis, meaning there is no financial risk to you should you file a claim. In the unlikely event you are unsuccessful, you will have nothing to pay to us.
How do I register my interest in starting my Nissan Diesel Claim?
To begin, all you have to do is verify whether you are eligible to claim Nissan diesel compensation. We have created an easy-to-use registration checker that is completely free to use that can determine whether your car could be affected.
You can use this registration checker over on our partner website, emissions.co.uk.
Start Your Nissan Emissions Compensation Claim
Are you ready to start your Nissan Diesel Claim? The legal panel at ClaimExperts.co.uk can help you bring a claim against Nissan today, helping ensure that the manufacturer is held accountable for their potential lies.
Our legal panel has years of experience in bringing forward claims on behalf of their clients. They can stand up to Nissan so you don’t have to on your own.
To start, simply visit our emissions-dedicated website, emissions.co.uk, to use our free-to-use registration checker. Here you can determine whether your vehicle is eligible for compensation.
No, currently only diesel vehicles are eligible.
Deadlines will apply to different manufacturer claims. The Volkswagen claim, for example, is now finished. We recommend getting in touch with our legal panel as soon as possible to avoid missing out.
This sort of Group Litigation action is unlike usual personal claims. This sort of claim can take months, if not years. The Volkswagen claim finished in 2022 after 4 years of litigation. We hope now that precedent has been set it could be much quicker than this. Our panel will keep you updated throughout the case.
Yes, you can claim for more than one affected vehicle. You will need to complete the enquiry form more than once.
Our legal panel bring their claims on a No Win, No Fee basis. This means there is no upfront cost. If the case is successful, you will pay the panel from the compensation you are awarded. This success fee varies, but can be up to 50%+VAT.
These claims are rather complex because we have to prove the employee has suffered a loss or made payments towards the vehicle. Our panel also need to ensure that the company who the claimant leased the vehicle from is not making a claim for the same vehicle, as we cannot have two claims being brought forward for the same time period and vehicle.
In short, if you can prove you have made a payment towards the company car or have any documents connecting your name to the vehicle reg/VIN, then our legal panel are willing to move forward with it. If you have no evidence they cannot do anything with it unfortunately.
We also encourage Fleet Vehicle owners to contact us directly to see how we can upload bulk vehicles all at once. Please contact email@example.com.
The vehicle in question must have been purchased in England or Wales.
Yes, you are able to claim whether your vehicle was bought new or second hand.
No, and we expect all manufacturers to deny wrongdoing and fight the case. Volkswagen denied wrongdoing and still compensated their customers.
A group litigation order (or GLO) is an order of a court in England and Wales, which permits a number of claims which relate to common issues to be managed collectively.
ClaimExperts.co.uk provide comprehensive claim guides and help you connect with expert legal firms across the UK. We have built a legal panel that specialises in various claims, including diesel emissions claims. Once you provide your details we will pass you onto the most appropriate legal panel member, an SRA-regulated law firm, who will then handle the case.
Currently out legal panel are only accepting claims of those who bought their vehicle in England and Wales.
However, if you did buy your vehicle in England and Wales, you can currently live in Scotland and still claim.
Yes, if the vehicle in question meets all other criteria, you are able to claim for mobility vehicles.
No, unfortunately our legal panel do not take on claimants who have signed up with another solicitor.
Yes, over £100m has been claimed by claimants in England and Wales.
We understand that with the rise of fraudulent schemes and scams, many may be sceptical. However, diesel emission claims stem from a real, well-documented scandal that affected millions of car owners worldwide.
These claims have already been paid out in England and Wales, and our legal panel are all fully regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority.
Yes, you have a 14-day cooling off period in which you can cancel your claim. Cancelation after this will be covered in the agreement you are given before you sign up.
You can verify your claim by using our free-to-use emissions claim checker. You can use this here.
Generally speaking, no. Navigating the diesel emission legal processes is intricate, requiring the insights of technical experts to determine the facts. Attempting to file a claim on your own could result in expenses that surpass any potential compensation. Additionally, there is the risk of being responsible for the opposing party's legal fees.
We are happy to provide more information on this point if you require it.
Yes, even if you no longer possess the vehicle, you may still be eligible to make a claim. The basis for the claim is tied to the ownership period when the alleged misconduct occurred. These dates are between 2008-2018.
Yes, you can claim if you bought your car with cash, financed the car, or had the car on lease. Our legal panel will simply require some kind of evidence of ownership between 2008-2018.
Your Vehicle Not Eligible?
We may still be able to help you, even if your vehicle isn't eligible for a diesel emission claim. If you took out car finance for your vehicle, you may be eligible for a Mis-Sold PCP Claim.
If you have had a car finance agreement between 2014-2019 you may be eligible to claim thousands. Visit our sister website Undisclosed.co.uk to find out more.
The FCA has found that commission was paid on 95% of UK car finance PCP agreements. If you were not informed about this commission or the finance deal wasn’t right for you, you could be owed thousands in mis-sold car finance compensation.
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