Tesla must complete brake fix to regain top safety rating, Consumer Reports saysFri, 28, Apr 2017
Tesla needs to complete fixing its Model S sedan emergency braking system to regain Consumer Reports' top safety rating, the magazine said on Friday, noting that a recent update by the luxury electric car maker was not enough.
Tesla dinged by Consumer Reports for not implementing safety featureWed, 26, Apr 2017
First Shift: Consumer Reports cuts Tesla ratingsWed, 26, Apr 2017
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Audi repeats as Consumer Reports' top brand; Tesla leads domesticsTue, 28, Feb 2017
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Tesla dominates owner satisfaction survey, Consumer Reports saysThu, 22, Dec 2016
More than nine out of 10 Tesla owners would buy their cars again, leading the industry in Consumer Reports' Annual Owner Satisfaction Survey. The survey found 91 percent of Tesla owners said they would “definitely” buy their vehicle again. Tesla beat second-place Porsche by 7 percentage points.
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Buick becomes first U.S. brand to crack top 3 reliability rankings by Consumer ReportsMon, 24, Oct 2016
Buick cracked into Consumer Reports' ranking of the top three most reliable brands -- a feat no American brand has accomplished since the organization began tracking brand performance in the early 1980s. Buick ranked No. 3 in the magazine's 2016 Annual Auto Reliability Survey. Lexus was the overall No. 1 brand with Toyota right behind it.