Those child car seats performed poorly in Consumer Reports’ recent safety tests that are more rigorous than the federal ones.
Volvo’s Pilot Assist was deemed the worst of the four systems tested.
The SUV would be so much better with a turbo engine option, though.
It’s hard to fault Mazda’s mid-size sedan, especially with the turbocharged engine.
CR singled out things like cornering, engine, steering and visibility, which marred the overall experience .
It looks good and handles OK, but it’s far from sporty and it does have a number of quirks .
What Jaguar’s new E-Pace SUV lacks in refinement and quality it makes up for in driving agility.
As an affordable means of transportation, the new Accent does the job pretty well.
Consumer Reports drove the 2018 Lincoln Navigator and found quite a few flaws with it.
When it comes to comfort, German cars reign supreme.
In general, buyers don’t place much important on safety related technologies.
Rising interest rates and threats of tariffs mean price could jump in the future.