Category: Automobile

Tesla’s Smart Summon Performance Doesn’t Match Marketing Hype

Consumer Reports has no financial relationship with advertisers on this site. Consumer Reports tested Tesla’s recently launched Smart Summon feature on our Model 3, and we found that the automation was glitchy and at times worked intermittently, without a lot of obvious benefits for consumers. We tested the feature over

Lincoln Aviator owners frustrated by problems with $70K+ luxury SUV

With just 1,899 Lincoln Aviator luxury SUVs sold since their debut in August, some owners report problems ranging from the emergency brake unexpectedly taking hold while they are driving to passenger-assist alarms going off randomly and a dashboard screen that scrambles information. “When you get in, the speedometer and tachometer kind

2020 Subaru Impreza Costs $100 More, Gets 1 MPG Less

Subaru is pricing its entry-level car, the 2020 Impreza, at $100 above the 2019 model. The new model makes its EyeSight active-safety technology standard on all Imprezas equipped with the continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT). For manual-transmission fans, there’ll be a five-speed manual available on all three versions of the

Official: Second-Gen Toyota 86 and Subaru BRZ Are Happening!

After much speculation and hand-wringing about the fate of the 86—especially as Toyota focused its sports-car team on the new Supra—and its Subaru BRZ twin, it has been confirmed that both cars will see a second generation. This comes after a European Toyota executive seemingly let the cat out of