. . . Under the terms of the settlement, BMW agreed to compensate consumers for any repairs made to replace the water pump in 2007 to 2013 MINI Coopers. Eligible Class Members will receive up to $500 for any repairs already completed.
Should any other individuals experience water pump failure in their MINI Cooper vehicles during the Settlement Warranty Period, the part will be replaced at no charge to the owner or lessee and can be taken directly to a dealership for repair.
BMW has also agreed to pay an additional $692,500 in attorneys fees and costs and a service award in the amount of $2,500 to Herremans for her service as Class Representative in the MINI Cooper class action lawsuit.
Individuals who choose to exclude themselves from the settlement or object to the settlement must do so no later than Aug. 26, 2016.
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