David Booth from the Canadian National Post has summed up the inherent holes that make the Consumer Reports surveys look like swiss cheese. He tackles the 94% of the 1,640 Prius owners that said they would purchase the car again, knowing that most of the owners are "congratulating themselves for being more environmentally conscious than the rest of we emissions-spewing heathens." Performance, handling or long term costs be damned, they need an award. There are also those rouge 98 owners who wouldn't buy one again. What happened there? It's a real jaded look at the CR process and those that swear by their findings, whether you agree or not. Cheers.
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