TITLE

Honda, Pontiac, Olds top Mass. lemon tally

AUTHOR(S)
Widem, Allen M.
PUB. DATE
August 1995
SOURCE
Automotive News;8/21/1995, Vol. 69 Issue 5619, p26
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Reports that Honda, Pontiac and Oldsmobile scored best on the lemon law index, an index which measures the responsiveness of automakers to complaints by buyers of new vehicles in 1994, released by the Massachusetts Office of Consumer Affairs.
ACCESSION #
9509252354

 

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