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Consumer Reports survey shows that many consumers could save more moneyConsumer Reports survey shows that many consumers could save more money
[Nov. 16, 2007] Overall, car buyers are largely satisfied with their dealership experiences when buying a new or used car, according to a new survey by the Consumer Reports National Research Center. But understanding key negotiating strategies could help shoppers get better deals.
 
Consumer Reports rates Falken, Michelin, Pirelli and Nitto best among ultra-high performance tiresConsumer Reports rates Falken, Michelin, Pirelli and Nitto best among ultra-high performance tires
[Nov. 16, 2007] Consumer Reports rated the Michelin Pilot Sport PS2 and Pirelli P-Zero best overall in tests of 21 different ultra-high performance summer tires for the November issue, with both models achieving “Excellent” scores. Consumer Reports also tested a group of 15 different all-season, ultra-high performance tires for the same issue. In that group, CR rated the Falken Ziex ZE-912 and Nitto Neo Gen ZR best overall—again with “Excellent” scores.
 
Consumer Reports rates Infiniti M35 as class leader among six luxury sedansConsumer Reports rates Infiniti M35 as class leader among six luxury sedans
[Oct. 25, 2007] The Infiniti M35 retained its spot as the class leader in Consumer Reports’ tests of six luxury sedans for the November issue. But two versions of the freshened Mercedes-Benz E-Class, the diesel-powered E320 BlueTec and the gasoline-powered E350, are close behind the M35, with “Excellent,” overall scores.
 
Consumer Reports announces Car Reliability Survey findingsConsumer Reports announces Car Reliability Survey findings
[Oct. 19, 2007] Consumer Reports announced the highlights from its 2007 Annual Car Reliability Survey on Tuesday, revealing that Toyota is showing cracks in its armor, while Ford's domestic brands have made considerable improvements.
 
Consumer Reports rates Hyundai Elantra highest in tests of four small sedansConsumer Reports rates Hyundai Elantra highest in tests of four small sedans
[Sep. 17, 2007] The redesigned Hyundai Elantra outscored the Mitsubishi Lancer, Nissan Sentra, and Scion xB in Consumer Reports’ testing of a group of four small sedans and wagons for the October issue. The Elantra now ranks sixth overall among the 14 small cars that CR has tested recently.
 
Consumer Reports rates portable gps navigation systemsConsumer Reports rates portable gps navigation systems
[Sep. 14, 2007] As the popularity of portable Global Positioning System (GPS) navigators continues to grow, experts at Consumer Reports say consumers don’t have to spend a lot of money to get a good one.
 
Consumer Reports finds maintaining cars for 200,000 miles can save owners thousands of dollarsConsumer Reports finds maintaining cars for 200,000 miles can save owners thousands of dollars
[Sep. 11, 2007] With proper care, many of today’s cars can last 200,000 miles or more, and owners seeking to limit repair costs by trading in their vehicle every three to five years may lose out on thousands of savings, says Consumer Reports October issue.
 
Consumer Reports and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety team up on vehicle crash test videosConsumer Reports and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety team up on vehicle crash test videos
[Sep. 6, 2007] Consumers now have free access to more than 200 crash test videos as part of a collaboration between Consumer Reports and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). These online videos bring a new level of research detail to shoppers looking for a new or used car, minivan, truck, or SUV.
Also: Vehicle crash test videos
 
Consumer Reports finds hidden new-car incentives leave room for more negotiationConsumer Reports finds hidden new-car incentives leave room for more negotiation
[Sep. 6, 2007] Labor Day weekend is one of the biggest for new-car shoppers as manufacturers clear out 2007 models with dramatic discounts and cash incentives. But a new analysis from Consumer Reports shows there is more potential savings than shoppers may realize.
 
Consumer Reports rates the Toyota Tundra and Chevy Silverado best among four, full-sized, crew-cab pick-upsConsumer Reports rates the Toyota Tundra and Chevy Silverado best among four, full-sized, crew-cab pick-ups
[Aug. 20, 2007] The Toyota Tundra and Chevrolet Silverado placed first and second in Consumer Reports’ tests of four full-sized, crew-cab pickups for the September issue. In separate tests of heavy-duty diesel pickups, the Chevrolet Silverado 2500 easily outpointed competitors from Dodge and Ford. The Tundra slightly outscored the Silverado in CR’s tests, though both achieved “Very Good” overall scores.
 
Six tips to save on auto insurance
[Aug. 15, 2007] When it comes to your insurance premiums, it's all about what you drive, how you drive and where you drive.
 
Consumer Reports rates seven paint scratch removers
[Aug. 10, 2007] Sometimes you have to pay for performance, especially when it comes to removing unwanted scratches and swirl marks from car paint, according to the latest tests of scratch removers in Consumer Reports September issue.
 
Consumer Reports ranks Saturn Outlook among the best midsized and large SUV modelsConsumer Reports ranks Saturn Outlook among the best midsized and large SUV models
[Jul. 19, 2007] The new Saturn Outlook emerged as one of Consumer Reports’ top-rated SUV models in tests of eight midsize and full-size vehicles for the August issue. It easily outpointed competitors and now ranks as the best SUV from domestic automakers in CR’s ratings.
 
Consider the alternatives: Alternative fueled vehicles and alternative fuelsConsider the alternatives: Alternative fueled vehicles and alternative fuels
[Jul. 9, 2007] Driving a car fueled by something other than gasoline or diesel fuel is no longer the stuff of science fiction. In addition to conventional gasoline and diesel fuel, reformulated — cleaner — gasoline and alternative fuels now are sold in many parts of the country. Alternative fuels such as methanol, ethanol, compressed natural gas, liquefied petroleum gas, and electricity produce fewer tail pipe pollutants than conventional gasoline and diesel fuel.
 
Consumer Reports rates Lexus RX350 and Acura MDX among the best luxury SUVsConsumer Reports rates Lexus RX350 and Acura MDX among the best luxury SUVs
[Jun. 18, 2007] The freshened Lexus RX350 and the redesigned Acura MDX outpointed competitors from Cadillac, BMW, and Lincoln in Consumer Reports’ tests of five midsize luxury SUVs for the July issue. The RX350 and MDX now rank in third and fourth places respectively among the 18 midsize SUVs recently tested by Consumer Reports.

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