Customers knock GM on noisy engines
Light trucks are now worthless, some buyers say
November 14, 2003
BY JOCELYN PARKER
FREE PRESS BUSINESS WRITER
Owners of some of General Motors Corp.'s most expensive light trucks, including
the GMC Yukon and Chevrolet Silverado, say the vehicles they paid more than
$30,000 for may be worthless now because of loud, irritating knocking noises in
their engines, lawyers tell the Free Press.
Thousands of vehicles, most from the 1999 to 2002 model years, may be affected,
say the lawyers, who specialize in lemon law. They say GM is quietly buying
back some of the vehicles.
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