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Half the cars noted for reliability from Consumer Reports come from Toyota.

These are the ten most reliable cars available in America according to Consumer Reports. Most of the cars are from Japan, and only one is from the US.

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Consumer Reports dings Tesla Motors despite Model S improvements.

Those falcon-wing doors are still a problem for the electric SUV.

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The Ford F-150, Subaru WRX, and Audi A3 also lost their checkmarks.

Honda's excellent compact sedan isn't so excellent, according to Consumer Reports.

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Just saying it's 'beta' isn't good enough, CR says.

The publication has called on Tesla to remove Autosteer and relabel Autopilot in the wake of the recent accidents.

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Also avoid the 2013 Nissan Leaf and the 2012, 2013 and 2015 Tesla Model S.

The 2014 BMW i3 joins several other EVs on Consumer Reports' list of used cars to avoid.

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Consumer Reports can't recommend the Chrysler 200, and FCA boss Sergio Marchionne says that's because design 'dummies' favored design over functionality.

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No surprise, but Elon Musk isn't keeping quiet following Consumer Reports damning report about the Model S' reliability.

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Consumer Reports finds reliability of the Tesla Model S to be even worse than last year in the magazine's latest survey among 1,400 owners. Squeaks are a common complaint, but there are bigger issues, too.

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Consumer Reports made some interesting findings after claiming to have tapped into the cheat mode Volkswagen's TDI vehicles use to beat emissions testing.

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The 2015 Tesla Model S P85D did so well in Consumer Reports' test that the EV actually broke the ratings system. It was the highest-rated car CR has ever tested.

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Independent Testing Reveals 0-60 Time Of 3.5 Seconds

Consumer Reports takes its Model S to the test track and finds the car is amazing, just not quite as quick as Tesla promised.

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In an annual survey of car owners, significant numbers reported what Consumer Reports considered to be excessive oil consumption.

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EV Maker Gets High Marks For Service Responsiveness, Though

The Tesla Model S P85D that Consumer Reports is testing had problems with it door handles, making the car temporarily undrivable.

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Consumer Reports' 2015 motorcycle study still finds Japanese brands to be the most dependable, but riders have the most love for American models from Victory and Harley-Davidson.

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Following a complaint from Consumer Reports, BMW has issued a software upgrade to the range-extended i3 model that alerts the driver of a low state of charge that could affect the vehicle's acceleration.

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Tesla Model S Named Top Model For Second Year In A Row

For its 2015 brand rankings, Consumer Reports names Buick the best brand and the Tesla Model S the best model. The Tesla won two years in a row.

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The weather might be nasty, but Jalopnik is showing that the snow and ice can still be tons of fun too in the right vehicle. It took a quartet of performance cars to the Consumer Reports test track to go sliding around the slippery circuit.

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Tesla Model S, Chevy Corvette Earn Plenty Of Admirers

Consumer Reports is crunching the numbers from its annual owner-satisfaction survey, and part of that process is finding out how attached drivers are to their cars. CR simply asks readers of models up to three years old if they would buy the same vehicle again in light of their entire ownership experience, and tallies the results. After looking at the responses for about 350,000 vehicles, it turns out that people really love a certain California-built, electrically powered luxury sedan.

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To most consumers, tires all tend to look alike and be fairly easy to ignore. You slap them on your vehicle, check the pressures (somewhat) regularly and drive for thousands of miles. They're arguably the most important part of your car, however, and they deserve more attention and thought. They're also a lot more complex than you might think, and in unexpected ways.

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Tesla Motors chief Elon Musk strikes us as someone who retches at the word "average," especially when it's applied to one of his companies. But that's the reliability grade his company's Model S all-electric sedan has received from Consumer Reports. From what others have reported, that might not be a bad thing.

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