Tesla May Call Warranty Repairs Goodwill Due To Lemon Laundering
Updated: Jun 9, 2021
"General Motors helped create the expression 'lemon laundering' when it sold Gayle Pena a 1989 Suburban in 1990. She and her husband almost died when the car's brakes failed. Before buying it, they were told a GM executive used to drive the vehicle. They eventually discovered it belonged to a couple that had more than 20 work orders on the brakes alone. Chrysler and GM are just two of the many companies involved with lemon laundering . . ."