2015 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport Tops Consumer Reports Reliability Study

2015 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport

The 2015 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport topped Consumers Reports’ study as the most reliable SUV.

The 2015 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport was voted the most reliable SUV this year by Consumer Reports. The consumer advocate magazine surveys users to find out what problems new drivers are having with their vehicle.

The Outlander Sport finished No. 1 for SUVs, defeating even models from Toyota and Lexus. Consumer Reports surveys new owners of more than 1.1 million vehicles for its annual study. They use a 17-point survey to find out any serious problem with their vehicle. The results are analyzed and released in the Consumer Report’s November edition.

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Hyundai Elantra, Accent Voted Best Cars Under $20K

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The Hyundai Elantra is one of the best cars under $20K, according to Consumer Reports.

Consumer Reports says the Hyundai Elantra and Hyundai Accent are among the best cars under $20K. The report, set to come out in the April edition of Consumer Reports, shouldn’t be a surprise to those already behind the wheel.

The Hyundai Elantra may be the best car on the road today, considering everything you get and the price you pay. At less than $20k, the Elantra still comes with Bluetooth, plug-ins for your iPod and iPhone, cruise, power locks and windows and a ton of other features. The Elantra also may be the most stylish car on the road. All Elantra models have the stylish leading lines down the side.

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Honda Models Dominate Consumer Reports Top Picks

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The 2013 Honda CR-V is one of three Honda models honored with Consumer Reports best in class awards

The Honda brand continues a strong year with a large presence in Consumer Reports annual Top Picks awards.

Three Honda models were awarded best in class in the rankings, which were announced Thursday on their website and will be featured in the April edition of Consumer Reports. As a whole, the Honda brand was in the top 5 of non-luxury models.

The redesigned 2013 Honda Accord, 2013 Honda CR-V and 2013 Honda Odyssey were recognized as best in their class. Consumer Reports chooses vehicles based on a road test, reliability, and safety.

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Consumer Reports Drives the 2014 Subaru Forester

We’ve already seen the first pictures of the redesigned 2014 Subaru Forester. Although it hasn’t hit the dealership floors yet, the experts are getting their first test drive.

Consumer Reports recently tested the 2014 Subaru Forester, and they are giving it rave reviews. It’s scoring high points for adding technology and more space to an already reliable vehicle. 

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Waikem Kia Top Ten in Consumer Reports Study

The Kia brand is churning out reliable vehicles.

That’s according to Consumer Reports, who ranked Kia in the top ten of its annual reliability survey.

Consumer Reports analyzes subscribers’ experiences with 1.2 million new vehicles to predict future reliability.

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Honda Places High in Consumer Reports List

 

2013 Honda Accord

2013 Honda Accord

Honda continues to put smiles on people faces.

That’s according to Consumer Reports, who ranked Honda in the top ten of its annual reliability survey.

Consumer Reports analyzes subscribers’ experiences with 1.2 million new vehicles to predict future reliability.

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Subaru Tops Consumer Report Awards

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2013 Subaru Forester

Subaru is having a great year, and added another award to the collection Monday.

Subaru finished in the top five in Consumer Reports’ annual reliability survey.

Subaru, the brand named best automaker by Consumer Reports earlier this year, finished in the top five of the annual study.

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The Best Vehicles for Retirees

 

2012 Subaru Forester

Many of Subaru’s top models are considered the best vehicles for drivers over the age of 65, according to Consumer Reports

Drivers hitting their golden ages remember the vintage muscle cars of the grand era of the American Automobile.

But now as they leave the workforce and enter retirement, they are ready for a new ride, just not the ones they remember from high school.

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