Welcome to the Acura Oil Consumption Settlement website. This website provides information about the settlement of a lawsuit relating to claimed oil consumption in Acura MDX (2010-2013), RL (2011-2012), TL (2009-2014) and ZDX (2010-2013) vehicles with the “J37” engine (the “Class Vehicles”). If you purchased or leased a Class Vehicle in the United States, including its territories and Puerto Rico, you are a member of the Settlement Class and you may be entitled to certain benefits, described in detail in the Class Notice.

The Court granted final approval to the Settlement on November 20, 2020. The deadline to file an appeal from this final approval order has expired. The Settlement is now final and effective.

The settlement provides for (1) reimbursement for certain out-of-pocket costs associated with the repair or replacement of pistons and/or piston rings in a Class Vehicle in response to an oil consumption complaint prior to February 28, 2020, and (2) a warranty extension to cover piston repairs and/or replacements related to a confirmed oil consumption complaint for up to 8 years / 125,000 miles (whichever occurs first) from the date the Class Vehicle was first sold as a new car. Further information about the settlement, its benefits, and how to file a claim is found in the Class Notice and the Amended Settlement Agreement and Release available on this website.



If you agree with the proposed settlement, you need not do anything to remain in the class. To receive certain benefits, however, you must file a claim.


You will not be entitled to participate in the settlement and will not receive certain settlement benefits.


Write to the Claims Administrator and explain why you do, or do not, like the settlement. You must remain in the class to comment in support of, or in opposition to, the settlement. If the Court approves the settlement and overrules your objection, are will be bound by the settlement’s terms. You may also, but are not required to attend the final approval hearing to object to or comment on the settlement.

All of your rights and options under the proposed settlement are explained in detail in the Class Notice. Please check this website regularly for updates from the settlement administrator.

Thank you.