Browsing the "Consumer Reports" Tag

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GM Faulty Mileage Claims Could Extend To 2 Million Vehicles

Last week, General Motors discovered a “clerical error” that led to the fuel economy numbers on several of its SUVs being inaccurate. The numbers printed on the window stickers are about 2 miles per gallon too high. GM said the error affected approximately 60,000 vehicles — the 2016 Buick Enclave, Chevrolet Traverse, and GMC Acadia. […]

May 18th

EV Revolution

In this 10th and nearly final article pulled from Electric Cars: What Early Adopters & First Followers Want — a new report from CleanTechnica, EV Obsession, and GAS2 — we get to an exciting topic — EV Revolution!! Revolution, baby! I’ve mentioned “EV revolution” a few times already in this report. What am I talking about? By “EV revolution,” I’m referring […]

February 1st

Electric Car Owners Are HUGELY Satisfied With Their Cars (Charts)

Originally published on EV Obsession. I often write about the many advantages of electric cars over gasmobiles for consumers, but perhaps the best argument for their superiority simply lies in how satisfied owners are with their cars. Survey after survey finds that electric car owners are very happy with their cars. In fact, Chevy Volt […]

September 24th

Tesla P85D Scores 103/100 On Consumer Reports Rating System, Breaks Another System

The Tesla Model S is no stranger to records, and its top-of-the-line version until a better battery and Ludicrous mode recently came along was the P85D. After testing and loving a simpler Model S for years, Consumer Reports upgraded to a P85D. The result? The electric supercar broke Consumer Reports’ rating system and earned 103 out […]

August 27th