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Mohamed Bouchama

Executive Director

Car Help Canada

Direct Phone: (416) ***-****direct phone

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Car Help Canada

Toronto, Ontario,

Canada

Company Description

Car Help Canada is the place to find savings and advice. Become a member and we provide personal assistance for you.... more

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"Dealers tell me that manufacturers are saying to them `it's time to recover their losses,'" says Mohamed Bouchama, executive director of consumer group Car Help Canada, explaining why Canadian prices have not fallen as the loonie gains strength.
While some observers say Canadians should suck it up and live with the price disparities, Bouchama believes the government should investigate the situation, which he suggests amounts to "price-gouging." While it's not illegal to cross-border shop for a new vehicle - this is supposed to be a free-trade environment, after all - some manufacturers have attempted to quash the trend by voiding warranties and threatening dealers with legal action. "Consumers are held hostage because of the warranty issue," says Bouchama "If they could get a warranty with their new car, I estimate 30 to 40 per cent of Canadians would be shopping in the U.S."


www.moneysense.ca

In fact, it's not unheard of to see payments stretched out to 96 months or eight years, says Car Help Canada's Mohamed Bouchama.
Even though car prices are rising, "people love the low monthly payments," he says. The problem is when you go to trade in your car after four or five years and find out you owe more in payments than what the vehicle's worth. "That's called negative equity," says Bouchama.


www.wheels.ca

Mohamed Bouchama of Carhelpcanada.com, a non-profit consumer group that helps members buy vehicles and settle automaker disputes, replies:


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"The Matrix is a little underpowered, overpriced and not very popular," says Bouchama.
"I would go with the Impreza as my No. 1 choice," says Mohamed Bouchama. Mohamed Bouchama, Executive Director of Car Help Canada


www.wheels.ca

Mohamed Bouchama, consultant for the non-profit consumer group Car Help Canada.com, replies:
If the contract does not mention any exclusions, I would definitely consider the option of suing the company. I would advise the consumer to get two different estimates for repairs and send a letter to the company advising that if they refuse to pay for the costs of repairs (as per their stated lifetime warranty), he or she will consider a legal action against the company.


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