Phil Edmonston, Canada’s toughest customer, is a former MP and a long-time consumer advocate. For over forty-five years, he has written more than 150 consumer guides in the bestselling Lemon-Aid series. About three decades ago Nissan and Honda sued Phil for five million dollars — and lost.
Lemon-Aid New and Used Cars and Trucks 2007–2017
“Dr. Phil,” Canada’s best-known automotive expert, invites another driver to come aboard.
After forty-six years and almost two million copies sold, Phil Edmonston is joined by a co-pilot for the Lemon-Aid Guide — George Iny, along with the editors of the Automobile Protection Association.
The 2017 Lemon-Aid has everything: an encyclopedic lineup of the best and worst cars, trucks, and SUVs sold since 2007; secret warranties and tips on the “art of complaining” to help you get your money back; and new-car buying tips that will save you tons of money by revealing the inflated cost of fancy and frivolous add-ons. Lemon-Aid is an essential guide for careful buyers and long-time gear-heads who don't know as much as they think.
George Iny, Canada’s smartest car customer, is the director of the Automobile Protection Association, founded by Phil Edmonston in 1969. George and the APA’s secret shoppers have worked with CTV W5 to expose deceptive practices in auto sales and repairs for two decades.