In my favorite survey, right next to the JD Power Initial Quality survey, Consumer Reports lists their "most reliable" cars. Well, their press release really doesn't tell the reader what their interpretation of "reliability" is but I know it's much like JD Power's quality survey that knocks off QUALITY points for small cup holders and truck-like gas mileage in SUVs. CR survey looks like this: Japan=Good, Europe=Garbage and USA=Doesn't Exist. Do us all a favor and stick to reviewing blenders.
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