Opel sticks to lifetime guarantee amid legal threat


FRANKFURT, Aug 18 (Reuters) - GM [GM.UL] unit Opel defended its promise to provide lifetime guarantees on new vehicles sold in Germany after competition authorities threatened to sue for misleading advertising, the group said on Wednesday. "We are not even considering abandoning our campaign," said the German carmaker's vice president of sales, marketing and after-sales, Alain Visser, adding he did not agree with the authorities' claims that the campaign was "misleading". Earlier this ...

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