Tag: consumer reports
Sure, you want a brand new electric vehicle, but you might do yourself a big favor by picking up a previously loved one.
Consumer Reports found the Nissan LEAF an enticing electric, but says it offers little beyond an attractive price to distinguish it from its EV competitors.
The nation's leading product review outfit has just published its full review of the mid-sized Tesla, knocking it while also praising it.
While Consumer Reports finds some good qualities in the Tesla Model 3, its faults drag its score down and rob it of the publication's approval. Namely, its...
Tesla CEO Elon Musk Tweeted that a new update is already being rolled out to significantly improve Model 3 braking distance. The CEO thanked Consumer Reports...
Consumer Reports follows up on its Tesla Model 3 rating on this edition of Talking Cars. CR says this is not the usual episode since not only is the Model 3's...
Consumer Reports' Advocacy division Consumer Union is making new demands related to the Tesla Autopilot system and transparency of safety claims.
How does Consumer Reports feel about the all-new 2018 Nissan LEAF? More to come from CR on the new LEAF, but here are some first impressions.
Tesla's entire lineup secure it a spot in the top 10 of Consumer Reports' 2018 Brand Report Card, where no other American car companies managed to land.
Consumer Reports includes the Chevy Bolt on its 2018 list of the best cars. It's the top Green Car, but the fact that it's even on the list is compelling.
Of Consumer Reports' Top 10 most satisfying cars, the Tesla Model S lands in the top spot once again, and the Model X also makes a repeat appearance.
This isn't the first time we've heard the Chevy Bolt EV achieves above its EPA-estimated 238-mile combined range. This owner says it has improved over time.
Pick your Tesla. Pick your reliability ranking. Consumer Reports says some Tesla models are above average, while other are terrible in terms of reliability.
Due to some new hardware being used in the Tesla Model 3 and recently built Model S and X vehicles, Tesla has temporarily turned off its AEB feature.
According to Consumer Reports, people are happier with the Tesla Model S and X touch-screen infotainment system than that of any other brand.
When it comes to efficiency, it’s impossible to beat electric vehicles, so why try? Here's a look at the Top 10 most fuel efficient non-electric vehicles out...
The Chevy Bolt recently became Consumer Reports' range champion, beating out the Tesla Model S 75D. Tesla challenged the results, so CR provides details.
In the context of a long wait for the Tesla Model 3, Consumer Reports raises the point that it might be worth one's while to just opt for a used Model S today...
The Chevrolet Bolt has more real-world range than any Tesla model Consumer Reports has ever tested.