Court Grants Final Approval to Nissan Headlight Class Action Settlement

On December 20, 2021 the United States District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee issued an order granting final approval to the class action settlement reached with Nissan in a lawsuit alleging that halogen headlamps in 2013-2018 Altimas becomes dim over time due to delamination of an inner reflective surface caused by heat and humidity. The Court found that the Settlement is “fair, reasonable, and adequate, particularly in light of the complexity, expense, and duration of the litigation and the risks involved” in litigation.

The Settlement Class is comprised of all individuals in the United States who are current or former owners or lessees of 2013-2018 Altimas manufactured with halogen headlamps. The Settlement provides for free replacement headlamps, reimbursement for past replacements, and an extended warranty. More information can be found on the settlement website at

A copy of the Court’s final approval order can be found here

Attorneys for this case:

Timothy N. Mathews
Alex M. Kashurba
Samantha E. Holbrook
Zachary P. Beatty