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Tesla Model S Loses Top Ratings Spot

Consumer Reports is lowering the ratings of two Tesla vehicles because the automaker has not enabled the new models with the automatic emergency braking safety feature it said would come as stand...

Consumer Reports downgrades the Tesla Model S for dumb, stupid reasons

Consumer Reports, an independent testing agency that also likes generating headlines, has downgraded its rating of the new Tesla Model S. It's now at at a score of 85, dropping it from first to third in the ultraluxury car rankings. The reason? A delayed software update that's finally arriving for owners tomorrow. Show More Summary

Tesla finally adds automatic emergency braking to Autopilot 2.0

9 hours agoVehicles / Cars : Leftlane

The function arrives as Consumer Reports downgrades the Model S and Model X for lacking the basic safety feature.

Consumer Reports Downgrades Tesla Models Over Safety Concerns

Consumer Reports has been pretty hard on Tesla Motors over the past year. The primary point of contention in 2016 was the automaker’s perceived misrepresentation of the company’s Autopilot feature. CR wanted the automaker to disableShow More Summary

AutoComplete: Tesla loses points with Consumer Reports video - Roadshow

10 hours agoVehicles / Cars : Car Tech

Plus: The Kia Cadenza earns IIHS Top Safety Pick Plus, and Hyundai patches Blue Link vulnerabilities.

Tesla Model S Gets Called Out By Consumer Reports

14 hours agoVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

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'Consumer Reports' dings Tesla's ratings over braking

The magazine says the electric car maker never followed through to add a safety feature.        

Tesla Model S stripped of Consumer Reports top safety rating

It was promised as standard equipment Continue reading Tesla Model S stripped of Consumer Reports top safety rating Tesla Model S stripped of Consumer Reports top safety rating originally appeared on Autoblog on Wed, 26 Apr 2017 08:17:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments

Consumer Reports lowers Tesla S, X scores

18 hours agoVehicles / Cars : Leftlane

The S and the X are still not available with automatic emergency braking (AEB).

Report: Outdoor recreation accounts for $51B in New England

A new report says that outdoor recreation accounts for $51.5 billion in consumer spending in New England, 432,000 jobs and $3.1 billion in state and local tax revenues. The report … Click to Continue »

Unroll.me backlash shows us exactly what's wrong with privacy policies

The reaction to a recent report highlights the difference between how companies and consumers view data collection — and also points to how almost any company can deal in the selling of data.

The number of Amazon Prime members has reportedly doubled in the past two years (AMZN)

Prime is the gift that keeps on giving for Amazon. According to a new study from Consumer Intelligence Research Partners, Amazon’s premium subscription service has now reached 80 million members in the US. As this chart from Statista...Show More Summary

Amid public land battle, outdoor industry boasts $887 billion impact

Outdoor recreation accounts for $887 billion in consumer spending each year and supports 7.6 million American jobs, according to a new report.        

How Brands Are Finally Cashing In on Social With Shoppable Instagram Stories and Snapchat Ads

For years, social platforms have been dogged with reports that posts don't lead to sales, leaving some retailers to question if big investments in social deliver those much desired conversions. But as consumers continue to spend more time with only a handful of social platforms, marketers still see an opportunity to squeeze money out their...

New home sales up 5.8% in March

CNBC's Rick Santelli reports the latest read on new home sales, the consumer confidence index from the Conference Board and the Richmond Fed Index.

'Art Criticism Shouldn't Be The Consumer Reports Of Art' - Blake Gopnik On The Art Of Art Journalism

"I think art critics should be more like science journalists. We should be some kind of intermediary between the smartest people who talk about art, the smartest writing from art historians and the general public." (podcast)

How Trump Anxiety Is Spawning Business Opportunities and Marketing Campaigns Across America

The Trump era has unleashed a cascade of consumer trends. Reports from the World Health Organization have shown that Americans are among the most anxious, depressed people in the world—and that was before a reality television star settled...Show More Summary

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