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If you own or have owned a Honda Civic (2006-2013) or Acura CSX (2006-2011) vehicle purchased in Quebec, and you have experienced and observed substantial or not insignificant Early Paint Degradation, you may be entitled to compensation.
This is the esssence of the settlement approved by the Superior Court of Quebec in the Daunais Class Action against Honda Canada Inc. on July 6, 2022.
You must have noticed substantial or not insignificant Early Paint Degradation on your vehicle after May 4, 2015 for Members of the Civic Settlement Sub-Group and after September 4, 2017 for Members of the CSX Settlement Sub-Group.
You have until March 31, 2023 to claim the benefits that apply to you.Make a claim
What is early paint degradation?
Substantial or not insignificant Early Paint Degradation can take the form of discoloration or peeling of layers called delamination.
Four settlement possibilities
Have your vehicle repainted
Receive up to $2,550 to have your affected vehicle repainted. Start by getting an estimate from a licensed professional auto body shop.
Receive cash compensation of up to $1,530, i.e. 60% of the amount that would be available if you had your affected vehicle repainted.
If you have already had your vehicle repainted due to early paint degradation, you can get reimbursed up to $2,550.
Recover any loss of value on the vehicle you sold
If you sold your vehicle at a loss due to early paint degradation, receive compensation of up to $1,530 for loss of resale value.
How to receive compensation?
To find out which benefit applies to your situation and how to claim it, see the Frequently Asked Questions.Consult the FAQ
Who can repaint your vehicle?
There are many professional auto body shops in Quebec that are authorized to carry out paint work on your vehicle.List of auto body shops