Toyota Forklift Emissions Cheating – Potential Recovery for Toyota Forklift Owners

Toyota has confessed to engaging in emissions cheating practices in both gasoline and diesel engines used in Toyota forklifts sold in Japan over a period exceeding ten years. This wrongdoing is suspected to impact not just emissions levels but also the overall performance and longevity of the vehicles.

Lieff Cabraser's consumer fraud division is presently conducting a thorough investigation into accusations concerning Toyota's forklifts in the United States. This comes after sales of various Toyota forklift models were halted previously due to difficulties in securing emissions certification for U.S. engines.

If you own or lease Toyota forklift trucks in the U.S., including those equipped with 1ZS, 1KD, and 4Y engines, we urge you to use the form on this page to contact a consumer fraud lawyer at Lieff Cabraser today to learn about your rights and potential recovery for Toyota’s alleged fraud.

Lieff Cabraser’s Historic Emissions Fraud Work

Lieff Cabraser has been fighting successfully for consumer and vehicle owner rights across the U.S. for over 50 years, including our role as lead counsel in representing of hundreds of thousands of Volkswagen vehicle owners in emissions fraud lawsuits that led to settlements valued at over $14 billion. Lieff Cabraser has also litigated and resolved similar emissions cheating claims against Fiat Chrysler and Toyota subsidiary, Hino Motors.