The Most (and Least) Beloved Vehicles | Consumer Reviews

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32 thoughts on “The Most (and Least) Beloved Vehicles | Consumer Reviews

  1. I'd love to know if there is any testing of the Model S in extreme cold areas of the country. All batteries suffer performance drop in the cold. What is the milleage on a charge when it is -30 C?

  2. I would never buy a Toyota sienna again . what a piece of junk . Worse than my dodge caravans . Toyota repainted it , all parts inside of cab are breaking , seat belt broken, glove box broken ,arm rest broken ,seat stuck in place can't be removed , now steering column problems Toyota has had many of and they say I'm on my own . terrible vehicle terrible service …oh one more thing , Toyota replaced both from seats also …junk ! most hated vehicle ever

  3. My VW Passat was unreliable and as I could best describe it possessed. Dealer and manufacturer support was nonexistent. I felt it was dangerous due to stalling without warning increasing the likelihood of an accident.

  4. Although I'm not in the market for one, I've been keeping my eye on the Subaru Forester. It seems like quite a gem and if you can do without the upgraded infotainment and driver assist systems or the much desired turbo model it seems like it can be had for very decent $$'s. 

  5. I recently got a 2014 Mazda3 2.5 Grand Touring. The price is was a bit high for a car in this class (~$30k) but there are features in this car that just aren't available ANYWHERE else in the compact car segment. Which is exactly what I wanted – a small, zippy, feature rich car with excellent gas mileage and fun handling. I went from a 2004 BMW 330ci that cost me nearly $70 to fill up with premium gas and would go about 350 miles on a tank, to a car that just recently cost me only $24 to fill up and will go just under 400 miles on that tank! Granted gas has dropped about $.50/gal since I had my BMW, but still that is a huge difference! I couldn't be happier, no major complaints at all! 

  6. Mostly wealthy people subscribe to Consumer Reports (and they are the ones that get questioned on how they feel about their car). I am not surprised that Tesla is the most "loved" car. They should say:" out of the 350,000 CR subscribers we've interviewed, Tesla owners loved their car the most". Pick 350,000 non-CR subscribers and watch the numbers again. Also, they should be fair and weight the numbers appropriately. They should have said something like: "we've interviewed 350 Tesla owners" and "we've interviewed 15,000 Jeep Compass owners". The viewer would then appreciate that 98% out of 350 is nothing compared to 43% out of 15,000.

  7. Car I would buy a gain: VW GTI (fast, agile, practical, nice interior). Car I would not buy again: Volvo S60 (turbo lag, not very agile, electrical problems they tried to fix 4 times but couldn't, overrated safety features relative to modern cars that just leave you with really annoying super heavy doors)

  8. Love my Lexus GS350 F-sport. Great reliability and great service at the dealership. Love it so much, I got another one last month. Probably would get another one in a couple years. 

  9. I love my two GM vehicles (1995 Buick Regal sedan and 2009 Chevrolet Equinox CUV), since they have given me excellent rides with little servicing (all covered by factory warranty). My Regal passed its yearly body and emission inspection easily, proving the quality of its 231 CI (3.8 L) V6 engine as one of the best ever, even after twenty years!

  10. 2002 Ford Crown Victoria, and I would buy it in a heart beat….155k miles and no major work other than routine maintenance plus it's like driving your couch…

  11. Wow.  Tesla huh?  Hope it's big enough to hold all my belongings because if I buy one I'll definitely be living in it.  

  12. When Elon Musk says that the Tesla owners might BUY the car but Tesla still OWNS the car, they might think again.

  13. How about love hate with the dealership. If it wasn't for the iffy service from Ford I might enjoy my 2012 Focus more and not wonder if they will ever fix the Transmission Issues after apparently not doing enough testing of the German Dual Clutch Tranny in the 2012 Focus models. Will see if they will change out my Clutch Packs with the 2013 Revised Edition to fix issues. Not to mention vibration in park or stopped at a light, sometimes to the point sounds like the Engine is going to stall on me. Which the dealer Mechanic says "Didn't feel anything", I guess he didn't sit in it for longer then a few seconds to see that is SHAKES in the drivers seat every 5 seconds, more now that is has 8,000 miles on it. Should have kept my 02 Civic, better gas mileage and it was SOO quiet even running with 110,000 Miles on it.

  14. I have an M4 and I love my car but the buying process was very very painful, I would still order it again

  15. Give me a Challenger again.. a nice SRT with a 6spd Tremec… screw the Mustang I don't need another MT82 headache again. 

  16. Love my 2009 Azera. It doesn't look so outdated even thought it's 5 years old. It is still quite and smooth. Plus, it never made any trouble. All I spent money for Azera is fuel, tax, insurance, and few minor things (Things like engine oil)

  17. Bought a damn Chevrolet Cruze 2011, 7.4 lt/100km my ass, i never reach less then 8.8, got 3 recalls, i sold it after 2 years and now i have a 2014 CX-5 mazda 2.5L, good suv 4×4  7.8L/100km,  my blood sugar was high when i bought the Cruze, grrr

  18. I have a 1990 Honda Civic LX Sedan, and I love that thing to death! Despite it having no cupholders, and no Air Con, it has 216k miles, averages about 28 mi/gal., and it's still going strong.

  19. i dont see how a fully loaded rio sx lacks features. in guessing most of the buyers got the base model. 

  20. 2015 subaru wrx, manual. would buy it 10x over. have never driven a car thats as fun to drive at as low a cost, plus it has good fuel economy, is really fast and handles very well with dunlop sportmax tires and all wheel drive

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