Skip to comments.Consumer Reports gives the Tesla Model S the highest rating of any car in the magazine's history
Posted on 05/23/2013 5:09:52 PM PDT by grundle
The July 2013 issue of Consumer Reports gives the Tesla Model S the highest rating of any car in the magazine's history.
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Is there a windmill strapped to the roof? The CR writers are fairly ignorant about electric car and energy production, but an agenda is an agenda.
My zero-emission car makes me feel so good about myself. I hardly pollute at all.
Either that or they don’t want to deal with a lawsuit.
Top Gear row: Tesla loses appeal over Jeremy Clarkson review
***** “My neighbor has a Tesla Roadster. Very nice car.” *****
My neighbor has more money than sense. Same neighbor?
The biggest bull crap magazine on the market.
Prefer Edmund’s. have for years.
Base Price for a Model S is $62,400
Standard charger can take 8 hrs to recharge.
Upgraded charger takes 2.5 hrs to recharge.
Sheesh! What a pant load.
Consumer Reports???? Since when is that a go to place for automotive reviews???
Yeah right. And if you run the battery out your car is now an expensive book end
Motortrend has rocks on for techy gadgets....They have never reviewed a car from the stand point of the real life driver who commutes and uses their car on a weekend and drives a vehicle until it is ready for the glue factory
I like yours better
Heheh! I guess a jump start is out of the question unless AAA has portable electricity generating tow trucks. Of course, popping the clutch for a push start is virtually unheard of these days, so no disadvantage there.
um... and if you run out of gas a normal car is too...
300 mile range is good enough for anything but cross country trips. Very few people would choose to take a high end luxury sports car on a cross country trip anyway electric or not.
good luck on finding ANY S model at the base price
Nope read the reviews from people who have had this happen. The car has to go back to the factory. All a gasoline car needs is a gallon of gas
Don’t electrical cars rely on electricity which is generated by burning coal. So really you could call these ‘coal burning cars’, right?
Really, I’ve never had anyone show me where I am going wrong here.
His Dad leased it then got the new one.
Let son use up the remaining six months on the lease.
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