MONTREAL – Toyota Canada Inc., based in Toronto, and its 38 Montreal area dealerships are being sued by thousands of Toyota owners from Quebec that bought their vehicles under the Access Toyota pricing program and now are alleging price fixing. A class-action lawsuit recently was filed in a Quebec Superior Court, which claims that Toyota fixed inflated prices for the cars each month under the scheme, whereby participating Toyota dealers in Montreal pooled their prices and averaged a ...
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