Back in May, GM admitted that they overstated the fuel economy on some 2016 SUVs and offered a compensation program as a sorry 'bout that.
Owners received somewhere between $450 to $1500, based on a few factors, for their troubles. But that wasn't enough for some.
A new lawsuit wants GM to pony up more cash for the decreased resale value of the 2016 Chevy Traverse, Buick Enclave, and GMC Acadia.…keep reading article "Has Acadia Lost Value Because of MPG?"
GM admits they dipped their hands into the fuel economy jar and pulled out a couple more MPGs than they should have. Well, I guess dinner is spoiled now.
Estimates say the fuel economy ratings of the 2016 Chevy Traverse, Buick Enclave, and GMC Acadia are inflated by 1 or 2 MPGs. In a world full of defective ignition switches and killer airbags, it's hardly the worst news out there. However, little discrepancies like that can add up over time.
Now GM wants to make up the difference.
While exact amounts are unknown, owners should soon expect to receive compensation ranging from prepaid debit cards to extended warranties.keep reading article "GM to Compensate Owners for Cheating on MPG Tests"