Tesla Model S Rated a 99 Out of 100 by Consumer Reports

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Tesla Model S Rated a 99 Out of 100 by Consumer Reports

The Tesla Model S continues to earn rave reviews, the latest coming from the notoriously picky team at Consumer Reports.

In recent testing of the American-made electric luxury sedan the outlet says getting behind the wheel, “is like crossing into a promising zero-emissions future.” But the praise doesn’t stop there.

After performing the same thorough test as all of its cars, CR says the Model S, “is brimming with innovation, delivers world-class performance, and is interwoven throughout with impressive attention to detail.”

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As a result, the car has earned the highest rating the consumer outlet has bestowed on a car: 99 out of 100.

Perhaps the closest rival, the Porsche Panamera, earned an 84, while the plug-in Karma sedan from the nearly bankrupt Fisker company was slapped with a paltry score of 57.

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Calling it, “the most practical electric car we’ve tested,” it also delivers performance that CR says, “will make many sports cars weep with envy.”

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  • MistyGreen

    Dang. I guess they didn’t find any of the issues that other review sites have found, like edmunds’ long term test.

  • http://www.facebook.com/michael.kostukov Michael Kostukov

    Consumer Reports ignores small non-critical bugs in the new model cars they review – this is typical. There were no critical bugs Edmunds has discovered. The worst was a glitchy main screen.