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    Report: Is Consumer Reports losing its sway? Are we all?

    Do the opinions of automotive journalists matter? For us, that may be a bit of transcendental self-examination, but for the consuming public, it's a very real question. Is a potential customer of a new family sedan going to rely completely on Consumer Reports, or are they willing to go with their ...

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    Official: Kia Rio, Hyundai Accent and Chevy Sonic top Consumer Reports subcompact shootout

    Consumer Reports has just wrapped up an evaluation of subcompact sedans, and the Kia Rio EX has rolled out ahead of the class. The four-door beat out its corporate clone, the Hyundai Accent and the Chevrolet Sonic to take the top spot. Evaluators pointed to the sharp handling and well-optioned ...

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    Consumer Reports reveals details of 2011 Auto Issue

    The 2011 edition of Consumer Reports' annual Auto Issue will hit newstands on March 8, but we have a sneak peek at what you'll find inside. First up is are CR's Automaker Report Cards, and Honda, Toyota and Subaru continue to enjoy their three-year run at the head of the class. General Motors and ...

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    Consumer Reports may restore Toyota "Recommended" ratings next week

    Consumer Reports may be ready to offer a vote of confidence in Toyota, depending on the outcome of the Japanese automaker's current Congressional Hearings on Toyota Safety here in the United States, says CR Senior Director David Champion. At the end of January as news was starting to pile up ...

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    Cadillac CTS wins Consumer Reports luxury sedan comparo, still not recommended

    Cadillac CTS – Click above for high-res image gallery
    The Cadillac CTS sedan outscored its competition from Audi, Acura, Mercedes-Benz and Lincoln in a Consumer Reports competition of luxury sedans over $50,000. The CTS was given an "Excellent" overall road test score of 84, four points ...

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    Consumer Reports lambasts Honda Insight, ranks it 21 out of 22 vehicles tested

    2009 Honda Insight - Click above for high-res image gallery
    var digg_url = ''; Calling it "the most disappointing Honda Consumer Reports has tested in a long time," America's most influential product testing magazine ...

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    Honda S2000 CR starting at $36,300

    Click the image above for more high-res shots of the Honda S2000 CR.Honda has officially priced the 2008 S2000, and for an extra $2,000 you can step up to the track-ready CR model for a cool $36,300 (not including $635 for shipping). As you've seen before, the S2000 CR nixes the soft top in favor ...

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    Consumer Reports responds to pickup comparo controversy

    Earlier this week we told you about a pickup truck comparison in the most recent issue of Consumer Reports that seemed a bit fishy. The comparison pitted the new 2007 Toyota Tundra against the 2007 Chevy Silverado, Ford F-150 and Dodge Ram. It was clearly a fight between the Tundra and Silverado ...

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    New York Auto Show: Honda's hardcore S2000 is a fitting send off

    Click the image for oodles of high res, destop sized pics. var digg_url = ''; Honda decided to make our roving band of blogger's lives easier by not holding a press conference and instead just plopping the Club Racer version of the S2000 ...


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