The automotive maven and former Member of Parliament might be the most trusted man in Canada, an inverse relationship to the people he writes about. (Globe and Mail)
"The automotive maven and former Member of Parliament might be the most trusted man in Canada, an inverse relationship to the people he writes about." – The Globe and Mail
Lemon-Aid shows car and truck buyers how to pick the cheapest and most reliable vehicles from the past 30 years of auto production. This brand-new edition of the bestselling guide contains updated information on secret service bulletins that can save you money. Phil describes sales and service scams, lists which vehicles are factory goofs, and sets out the prices you should pay. As Canada's automotive "Dr. Phil" for over 40 years, Edmonston pulls no punches. His Lemon-Aid is more potent and provocative than ever.
Phil Edmonston, Canada's toughest customer, is a former MP and Consumer Reports Board Member. Over the past four decades, he has written more than 135 Lemon-Aid bestsellers.
This book helped me negotiate a new paint job for my VW Passat. Tons of excellent info on law suits won against car companies and what to do to make them come good for paint... Read morePublished 4 months ago by ronbchamp
The title is a lie. It should read "2008 and older". The publisher wants to games us into thinking there are more vehicles than there are. Read morePublished 22 months ago by richard bunnage