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Tesla Model 3 Loses Consumer Reports “Recommended” Rating

Tesla Model 3 Loses Consumer Reports “Recommended” Rating
One of the most coveted ratings for many automakers is the “recommended” rating from Consumer Reports (CR). Tesla wanted that rating badly for its “more affordable” EV, the $42,900+ Model 3. It initially missed that rating due to poor brake performance.
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Subaru Surprises on Consumer Reports Top Auto Brands List

Subaru Surprises on Consumer Reports Top Auto Brands List
Consumer Reports has published itsĀ 2016 Brand Report Card that looks at the top brands in the automotive world. The list has 30 different brands and to qualify the automakers need to have at least two models with test and reliability data.
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