Manufacturer's Contact Information

Manufacturer's direct contact information for all customer assistance issues including requesting a lemon law buyback, roadside assistance, safety recalls, TSBs, warranty information, vehicle defects, service issues and bank numbers.

If the manufacturer doesn't help you to your satisfaction, then call our firm immediately. We have the knowledge, experience and reputation necessary to have all of your issues properly resolved in a timely manner.

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Peugeot Motors of America, Inc.
(800) 345 - 5545
(973) 812 - 4444
(973) 812-2148
Overlook at Great Notch, 150 Clove Road
Little Falls New Jersey 07424
(800) 762 - 2737
P.O. Box 33172
Detroit Michigan 48232-5172
GM will phase out the Pontiac brand by year-end 2010.

The Pontiac vehicle warranty coverage will remain unchanged and customers can have their vehicles serviced at any Buick-Pontiac-GMC dealership.

To find the location of the closest Buick-Pontiac-GMC dealer to service your Pontiac, call the GM customer assistance center at (800) 762-2737.

Porsche Cars North America, Inc.
(800) 545 - 8039
(770) 290 - 3500
(770) 360-3711
980 Hammond Dr. Suite 1000
Atlanta Georgia 30328

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