- Test notes
Highlights from our auto track.
- Top picks
The best vehicles in 10 categories, including six new choices this year.
- Best & worst
Winners and losers for performance, fuel economy, driving enjoyment, and more.
- Who makes the best cars?
Honda and Subaru top the manufacturers' list, but Ford is the most improved.
- Best new-car values
Our exclusive list of cars that score well in our tests, are reliable, and have low ownership costs over time.
- The electrics are coming
First drives of the Chevrolet Volt and Nissan Leaf.
- Driving distracted
Potentially dangerous behavior on the road is widespread, our latest survey finds.
Results from our exclusive tests of more than 270 vehicles.
Reviews of hundreds of models, with prices, reliability, and more:
How more than 240 cars and trucks fare in crashes, rollover tests, and accident avoidance.
Consumer Reports April 2011, our annual Auto Issue, provides recommendations, expert buying advice, and Ratings on best & worst 2011 cars
and hundreds of other new and used vehicles. Consumer Reports is one of the most trusted sources for information and advice on consumer products and services, with more than 7 million
print and online subscribers. It conducts the most comprehensive testing programs of any U.S. publication or Web site, and
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Updated information and reports from the magazine can be accessed online at ConsumerReports.org.