|Amazon Price||New from||Used from|
The book reviews hundreds of cars, noting crash safety, rollover resistance, and anything else to make sure you are safe as possible.(Shelf Life)
Best-sellers for over thirty years, Lemon-Aid guides are unlike any other auto books on the market. Their main objective is to inform and protect consumers in an industry known for its dishonesty, where exaggerated claims remain unchanged. This brand new edition - the first in the series that covers used cars, trucks, and SUVs - is packed with insider tips to help you select a used vehicle that is as safe and as cheap as you want.
It covers everything from the latest GM cutbacks, "secret warranties," to average seller markups. Plus, there are tons of useful tips on when you should buy, sell, or hold, and which models make the best $1,000-$3,000 "beaters." Filled with summaries of memos and service bulletins, this book is an easy-read guaranteed to teach you a thing or two (or three, or four …) and more about used vehicles in Canada.
Phil Edmontson is a former Member of Parliament, a Consumers Union board member, and the founder of the Automobile Protection Association. He has successfully battled automakers on the streets, on the Internet, and before the Supreme Court. During the past 35 years Phil has researched and written over 125 Lemon-Aid guides and other books on consumer rights.
As always, Phil's comments are great and very useful. Take some with a grain of salt, of course. Overall the best car guide in existence.Published 24 months ago by Paul Winkler
Very usefull book. I am bying my 3rd car based on the recommendations and am very happy. The reson I am changing cars is that I am on the road a lot and reaching high milage.Published on July 23 2009 by M. Petrovic
I have been using the lemon aid books since 1988. They have never failed me. I drove the 1988 K car for 8 yrs and it was still good when I sold it. Read morePublished on July 18 2009 by Walter Palakovic
Product was rehash of old books. Didnt include any japanese pickup trucks very poor. A lot of essential cars were missing. Read morePublished on June 7 2009 by R. W. Asselstine