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Tesla Model S gets top CR rating

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US: Tesla Model S gets top CR

Tesla has been given a by the influential Consumer Reports organisation in the US, with its Model S the highest score in ratings: 99 out of a tally rarely achieved.

The EV, built by a small automaker in Alto, California, performed or just as well overall, as any vehicle — of any kind ever tested by Consumer the organisation said in a statement.

The Model S is packed with innovation, said automoive director Jake Fisher. It handles and brakes like a car, it has the ride and quietness of a car and is far more energy efficient the best hybrid cars.

The vehicle to achieve a 99 was the Lexus LS evaluated in 2007. The Model S is the electric vehicle to earn score.

CR buys its test cars and With a hefty 85kWh battery, the Tesla is easily the practical electric car that has tested to date. While the Focus Electric and Nissan for example, can go about 80 and 75 miles, before needing a charge, the S has been delivering closer to 200 — ample for commuting, plenty of errands and still able to take the long, road home. Range has from about 180 miles on winter days to about 225 in moderate temperatures.

Over distance, CR’s Model S the equivalent of 84 mpg. And with a charge costing about (at the national average of 11 cents per it’s like running a car on gasoline that costs per gallon.

Criticisms included limited long charging times, and styling that impairs visibility and impedes access.

concern is investing in a new car and startup with no track record for or resale value, and a skimpy growing) service network, CR

However, the Model S will not yet be by CR because the organisation does not sufficient reliability data. To that, a vehicle must well in tests, have or better reliability in the annual survey and perform well in and industry crash tests.

rating announcement came as itself reported its first quarterly profit .

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Consumer Reports: Tesla S Earns Top Overall Test

Model S delivers the performance of a car, versatility of a wagon and energy- efficiency than the hybrids

YONKERS, N.Y. May 9, /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The Tesla S, an all-electric luxury sports has earned the highest score in Reports’ ratings: a 99 out of 100.

TESLA Model S – 60 kWh Auto

The EV, built by a small automaker in Alto, California, performed or just as well overall, as any vehicle—of any kind—ever tested by Reports.

The Tesla Model S is with technological innovation, Jake Fisher, director of Testing for Consumer Reports. It handles and brakes like a car, it has the ride and quietness of a car and is far more energy efficient the best hybrid cars.


The last vehicle to achieve a 99 in testing was the Lexus LS 460L, CR tested in 2007. The Model S is the time any electric vehicle to that score.

From a the Model S catapults from 0 to 60 mph in a 5.6 seconds. Engineers said its handling is reminiscent of a Porsche, and the interior calls to mind an It’s also the quietest car Consumer Reports has tested the Lexus LS.

Complete tests and of the Model S appear on www.ConsumerReports.org and in the July issue of Consumer on newsstands May 30. Updated daily, is the go-to Website for the latest reviews, product news, on breaking news and car buying Check out CR’s ongoing feed at @CRCars.

With a hefty 85-kWh battery, CR’s Tesla is the most practical electric car has been tested to date. the Ford Focus Electric and Leaf, for example, can go about 80 and 75 respectively, before needing a the Model S has been delivering to 200 miles—ample for commuting, running of errands and still being to take the long, winding home. Range has varied about 180 miles on cold days to about 225 in more temperatures.

Over that CR’s Model S returned the of 84 mpg. And with a full costing about $9 (at the national of 11 cents per kWh), it’s running a conventional car on gasoline costs $1.20 per gallon.

The Model S isn’t perfect. Its include limited range, charging times, and coupe-like that impairs rear and impedes access. Another is investing in a new car and startup company no track record for reliability or value, and a skimpy (although service network.

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TESLA Model S – 60 kWh Auto

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