Australia’s federal court in Melbourne finds Audi Australia Pty Ltd. guilty of engaging in false, misleading or deceptive conduct in relation to newspaper advertisements earlier this year for the Q7 cross/utility vehicle. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission alleged the auto maker claimed the Audi Q7 had seven seats as a standard feature, when in fact five seats is the standard configuration. The ACCC further alleged Audi’s campaign claimed the Q7 3.6 SE model was available ...
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