While electric cars have made huge gains in range and performance, improvements in reliability haven’t been as steady. These 5 EVs rated lowest in that department in 2019 Consumer Reports rankings.
If you want a sports car, it doesn’t always pay to buy used. These 10 performance models had the lowest depreciation and make a good investment for enthusiasts.
If you’re considering a certified pre-owned SUV, these 6 models offer the most protection for the money as 2018 comes to a close.
Pickup trucks didn’t fare so well in Consumer Reports reliability rankings for 2019. These 7 models had the lowest scores.
While depreciation is normal for any car, some SUVs lost more than 60% of their value over five years. These 10 models were the worst of the bunch.
While you won’t find any pickups among Consumer Reports’ most reliable vehicles of 2019, several models held their own. These 6 trucks scored highest in the latest survey.
The 2019 Tacoma is already arriving in dealerships. Here’s what truck buyers will find new in this edition for the latest model year.
If you’re shopping for a late-model minivan, these 2 models had their reliability ratings sink for 2019. That meant they also lost their Consumer Reports recommendations.
Getting a certified pre-owned car means spending more on a used model. Yet these 10 vehicles, including 5 SUVs, have the lowest CPO premium for consumers on the market.
After proving to be much more reliable in the past year, these 5 SUVs received new recommendations from Consumer Reports for 2019.