As Toyota skids into an ocean of problems and uncertainty continues in the U.S. automotive industry, Lemon-Aid Used Cars and Trucks 20112012 shows buyers how to pick the cheapest and most reliable vehicles from the past 30 years. Lemon-Aid guides are unlike any other car and truck books on the market. Phil Edmonston, Canadaas automotive Dr. Phil for 40 years, pulls no punches. Like five books in one, Lemon-Aid Used Cars and Trucks is an expos of car scams and gas consumption lies; a do-it-yourself service manual; an independent guide that covers beaters, lemons, and collectibles; an archive of secret service bulletins granting free repairs; and a legal primer that even lawyers cant beat! Phil delivers the goods on free fixes for Chrysler, Ford, and GM engine, transmission, brake, and paint defects; lets you know about Corvette and Mustang tops that fly off; gives the lowdown on Honda, Hyundai, and Toyota engines and transmissions; and provides the latest information on computer module glitches.Hyundaia#39;s infusion of cash and better-quality components has ratcheted up the quality control on Kiaa#39;s 2006 and later Optima and Sportage ... aReala city/ highway fuel economy: Manual: 8.9/6.6 L/100 km. ... Kia Sephia and Spectra, the Rio was originally a South Korean spin-off of the Aspire, marketed from 1995 to 1997anbsp;...
|Title||:||Lemon-Aid Used Cars and Trucks 2011–2012|
|Publisher||:||Dundurn - 2011-04-25|