Tag: Consumer Reports

Consumer Reports Names The Chevrolet Camaro And Colorado The Least Reliable Cars In America

Consumer Reports has released its Annual Auto Reliability Survey which found a number of automakers have improved over the past year. While the publication has publicly criticized Tesla in the past, the company’s reliability has climbed from last year. As a result, both the Model 3 and Model S have received the coveted “Recommend” rating. […]

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Consumer Reports Says Tesla’s Smart Summon Feature Is Like A Glitchy Drunk Driver

It’s no secret that Tesla’s Smart Summon feature is far from perfect, but Consumer Reports decided to put it to the test on their Model 3. Unsurprisingly, they weren’t impressed with the results. In a scathing review, the publication said the feature is “glitchy and at times worked intermittently, without a lot of obvious benefits […]

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iPhone 11 Pro Max and iPhone 11 Pro Secure Top Positions in Consumer Reports Ratings

Apple iPhone has been mostly outnumbered by Samsung flagships when it comes to Consumer Report’s ratings. This time around things seems to have finally changed with iPhone 11 Pro Max topping Consumer Reports. The second place is earned by iPhone 11 Pro. Apple has changed a lot of things like better water resistance, the triple […]

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2020 Subaru Legacy Is Much Better But Not Flawless, CR Finds Out

The new generation Subaru Legacy was unveiled at the beginning of the year. With a very restrained exterior makeover, bigger boot and overhauled cabin, it wants to lure you away from rivals like the Mazda6, Honda Accord, Toyota Camry and Nissan Altima. Whether it manages to come out on top is a very subjective answer, […]

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The 2020 Subaru Outback Still Your Go-To Wagon If You Don’t Dig SUVs

The Subaru Outback has always been a stellar choice for families that want to avoid going down the SUV-path combining chunky looks with elevated ground clearance, standard four-wheel drive, a roomy interior and cargo space while also striking an acceptable balance between on- and off-road performance. Consumer Reports completed its first review of the new […]

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