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Here Are The Cars That Consumer Reports Hates: Civic, Prius C, And More

Consumer Reports is the 800-pound gorilla in the proverbial undersized playground sandbox of the automotive industry, and more often than not, what its staff says has the same gravitas as Moses on the rock. If they don’t like a car, chances are that it’s breaking news from the fastidiously obsessive reporters and enough to send [...]
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