Consumer Reports Zeroes in on Texas Man’s Death in Corvette
James Rogers’s death has raised questions from Consumer Reports about some of those “unique” features found in vehicles like the Corvette.
Considering any good Consumer Reports write-ups about a GM car have been hard to come by, we’ll certainly take this glowing one about the Corvette C7.
According to Consumer Reports, the C7 Corvette is the most loved “sporty car” among all new vehicle owners surveyed.
Chevrolet got some good news and some bad from Consumer Reports in its annual Car Brand Perception survey. In the survey, Consumer Reports lists each automaker’s highest-rated vehicle – and its lowest-rated. Fortunately for Corvette fans, the Z06 was Chevy’s highest rated with a score of 92. Here’s what Consumer Reports had to say about
As the Chevrolet Corvette enters the last year of the C6 generation, it’s surprising to see that the popular sports car – which has earned kudos for its quality for years – has suddenly landed on the listing for Least Reliable listing in the latest Consumer Reports Annual Auto Survey. Our research on the Web