America's Favorite Cars: SUVs
SUVs have gone from being trucky, niche vehicles to the nation’s favorite car. Here’s why they’re outselling sedans.
Self-Driving Cars: Driving Into the Future
The promise of self-driving cars is that they will see better than humans, never get lost, and almost never crash. Easier said than done.
With Autonomous Cars, How Safe Is Safe Enough?
Manufacturers are pursuing their own distinct strategies for self-driving cars; meanwhile, who’s looking out for consumers?
Car Technology: What Manufacturers Have in Store for Machine-Driven Vehicles
A look at some of the plans, actions, and promises from auto, software, and technology companies. Will human drivers one day be rendered obsolete?
Do Levels of Car Automation Matter?
CR explains the commonly used SAE levels of vehicle automation—and why a simple question is more useful to today’s drivers
30 Best Used Cars for Under $30,000
These cars, SUVs, and trucks performed well when new and have above-average reliability records
When It Comes to Automatic Shifters, It's Proceed With Caution
Shifters used to be familiar, intuitive, and generally safe. Now that carmakers are striving for stylistic differences, the results are sometimes confusing and potentially dangerous.
10 Cars Worth Waiting For
These intriguing new entries are coming soon
Cars With Confusing or Dangerous Shifters
These cars had points deducted from their Overall Score due to unintuitive gear selectors
From Our President: Steering You Right
Consumer Reports' extensive testing and research helps consumers choose the best vehicles and keep abreast of the latest tech: self-driving cars
Rolling Back the Year
Here are highlights of Consumer Reports' efforts and victories throughout this past year, as well as a review of its ongoing work on consumers' behalf
Goofs, glitches, and gotchas spotted by our readers