GM and Two Dealers Settle with FTC on Safety of Recalled Vehicles

USA Today - January 28, 2016

Gen­er­al Motors has reached a set­tle­ment with the Fed­er­al Trade Com­mis­sion on the fed­er­al agency’s inves­ti­ga­tion into two deal­ers mar­ket­ing used vehi­cles as safe to dri­ve despite not com­plet­ing recall repairs on the vehi­cles. GM and the deal­er groups Jim Koons Man­age­ment and Lithia Motors Inc., inde­pen­dent­ly agreed to stop mar­ket­ing used vehi­cles involved with vehi­cles in the igni­tion-switch defect scan­dal and vehi­cle recalls. The con­sent order, if final­ized after a pub­lic com­ment­ing peri­od, would remain in place for 20 years, the FTC said.



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