Suprisingly many of them end up in Canada being sold on lots around the country with no branding at all on the title. Here is a little article about this.Mollie said:I have been reading a lot of the information on here and I am wondering what happens to a "Lemon" when it is bought back?
Do they try to resell it at that same dealership or do they send to another dealership or ship it to an auction??
I have said that many many times over the last 30+ years. However, I sometimes cannot help myself. I bought the 1990 Chevy Lumina the first year it came out. Then I bought the 1997 Grand Prix in May of 1996. It was the first one off the truck at my dealer. Then I tried to get the 2007 Acadia but could not find one and ended up with one of the first 2008s (really still within the 1st year of starting production).Mr. Plow said:I learned a valuable lesson - never buy the first year of a new vehicle.
I told myself that after I bought a first year Saturn Vue and had a gazillion problems with it. I still loved the Vue regardless of the issues - but I told myself "Why go through this again? Just don't buy a first year vehicle." And, of course, after I saw the Acadia, I just had to have one... so obviously it's a rule that's difficult to adhere to. I'm thinking that once the 2010 Camaro comes out, I won't have that problem simply because my finances won't allow me to buy it for several years after it comes out. ;DGAR said: