http://www.carscoops.com - Consumers Reports recently released its reliability ratings, much to the chagrin of Tesla, and the results show some surprises.
https://jalopnik.com - Each year, Consumer Reports—a nonprofit organization working on behalf of consumers—sends an online questionnaire to its subscribers, asking them to mention issues they’ve had with their vehicles in the past 12 months. In their responses, participants describe problems in detail, and identify whether those problems are “serious” based on “cost, failure, safety, or downtime.”
https://www.motorauthority.com - In a time when every automaker is telling us that self-driving cars are coming, one automaker is taking a giant leap.
https://cars.usnews.com - The Chevrolet Traverse and GMC Acadia are often thought to be two sides of the same coin, which, as it turns out, is a little unfair. In the not-too-distant past, these vehicles had few differences between them save for some superficial styling elements. In the past couple of years, though, the situation has changed. They still ride on the same platform (which is also shared by the Buick Enclave and Cadillac XT5) and share most mechanical components, but everything else, from interior styling to equipment, has begun to diverge.
http://driving.ca - On the last three Fridays of every month, Graeme Fletcher combines manufacturers’ incentives from Unhaggle.com with resale value, dependability and overall ratings to find you the best deal for your money in new cars. This week, we look at premium crossovers with all-wheel-drive. The hot deals are on the 2017 Cadillac XT5 Premium Luxury, Infiniti QX60 and Lexus RX 350.
http://www.autonews.com - Chrysler climbs, Cadillac drops, Toyota dominates in CR reliability survey; GM's $120M switch settlement; Tech-packed Audi A7 Sportback; Chief economist Szakaly leaving NADA.
https://www.usatoday.com - Asian automakers take the top three places, but Detroit shows some improvement.
http://wardsauto.com - Transmission and infotainment problems were the top complaints in this year’s survey of vehicles by the publication’s readers.
http://www.autonews.com - For the fifth year in a row, Toyota and Lexus rank as the top two brands for reliability based on a survey of Consumer Reports subscribers. The rankings of the remaining 25 brands reflect a game of musical chairs, however. Consumer Reports' 2017 Auto Reliability Survey found "growing pains" among automakers with eight- and nine-speed and continuously variable transmissions, as well as infotainment systems.
http://www.thetruthaboutcars.com - Cadillac enjoys some of the highest average transaction prices among premium auto brands operating in the United States. After years of Lincoln MKS disappointment, the new Lincoln Continental actually looks the part.