Phil Edmonston's Lemon-aid SUVs, Vans, and Trucks

Phil Edmonston's Lemon-aid SUVs, Vans, and Trucks

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Canada's automotive Dr. Phil for over 35 years, Edmonston pulls no punches and plays no favourites. He returns this year with a brand new edition of his best-selling SUV and truck guide that contains more secret warranties (engines, transmissions, brakes, paint, etc.) and confidential service bulletins than ever before. Factory goofs, sales scams, over-rated options, and fuel-economy lies are all exposed in Lemon-Aid 2007: SUVs, Vans, and Trucks guide. Plus, there are extensive ratings of the most fuel-frugal and reliable new and used vehicles, going back over 25 years. Other features include: Does Detroit make any good buys (there are a few) Cutting prices through FAX or e-mail bidding Why 2007 is not the time to buy a diesel Why 'moonshine' (ethanol) won't cut our fuel costs How to get your money back with minimal stress Tips on cutting servicing costs by a third What's wrong with GM, Mazda, Nissan, and Toyota minivans? GM's engine gasket defect 'smoking gun' internal service bulletins
Publisher: Toronto, Ont. : Stoddart Pub.,
ISBN: 9781554550142
ISSN: 1709-5670
Branch Call Number: 629.223/EDM


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