According to Consumer Reports, the 2019 X5 is one of the best SUVs they’ve ever tested.
Consumer Reports bought a 2.0-lliter Edge SEL, which, with some optional extras, came in at $42,610.
The original Cayenne was the car that saved Porsche; its third-gen, however, plays in a much more crowded field.
Consumer Reports reviewed the new-gen Veloster R-Spec and came away impressed by it.
The biggest change for Hyundai’s Tucson is the 2.4L naturally-aspirated four in place of the 1.6L Turbo.
CR went for the 4WD XLT and added a few extras, so the price is a far cry from the base $24k Ranger.
The full-size truck segment is hotly contested, so how does Chevy’s new Silverado fare?.
CR’s annual reliability survey points to half a dozen cars you might want to reconsider buying.
Six of 10 are American, while another one is technically German but built in the U.S..
Consumer Reports names its 10 most reliable cars so let’s see which one is the winner.
Many owners of the Tesla Model 3 said they experienced issues with their cars.
Winners were selected based on CR’s track tests and safety evaluations, as well as reliability and owner satisfaction.