Italian-owned Chrysler to honor "lemon law"

Vermont Attorney General Bill Sorrell announced that Fiat and the new Chrysler Group LLC have agreed to honor the "Lemon Law" rights of Chrysler owners when the new company takes control of the U.S. auto maker. The Vermont Attorney General's Office is also monitoring the General Motors bankruptcy to protect the rights of consumers.

Vermont's Lemon Law provides consumers with rights and procedures to obtain a refund or a replacement vehicle if a new vehicle develops a significant problem that can't be repaired after a certain number of attempts.

The Italian automobile manufacturer Fiat effectively took control over the new company after Chrysler emerged from bankruptcy.

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