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Aries Horoscope

Dec 5, 2022… All may not be what it seems today. Don’t believe everything you hear, especially when it comes to your money. Things that look great today may not seem too fantastic later. The test is simply to do nothing — sleep on it. You may need more time to think things through or do a little research so that you can reach a decision on your own timing and your own terms. If it is worth jumping in with both feet, it will still look good tomorrow!

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Electric Cars DOOMED? Damning Report Released!

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars
Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

(UnitedVoice.com) – The Biden Administration wants us all to switch to electric vehicles (EVs) to save the planet, but there are serious questions about how environmentally friendly they really are. Now, a consumer survey has found a problem that might matter more to ordinary people. EVs are some of the least reliable vehicles on the market.

Last week, Consumer Reports released its annual report on vehicle reliability. The nonprofit collects this data by surveying its members to find out what kind of vehicles they have and whether they’ve had any problems with them in the last 12 months. Then, they collate the responses to rate vehicles by reliability.

The results aren’t good news for the fast-growing EV market. It seems if you want a reliable car, you should buy a hybrid or a mid-sized or large car with a gas-powered engine. Ones to avoid are full-size pickup trucks and EVs.

Of 24 brands ranked this year, EV pioneer Tesla came in 19th. Meanwhile, the most reliable brands were Toyota, Lexus, BMW, Mazda, and Honda, with Lincoln and Buick rated as the best domestic brands in 10th and 11th place.

Only four electric vehicles had average reliability or better — the Kia EV6, Tesla Model 3, Nissan Leaf, and Hyundai Ioniq 5. All the others, including the rest of the Tesla range, scored below average. If you’re pondering buying an electric vehicle, don’t just consider whether it’s good for the planet; you might also want to think about how important it is to get to where you’re going.

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Electric Cars DOOMED? Damning Report Released!

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars
Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

(UnitedVoice.com) – The Biden Administration wants us all to switch to electric vehicles (EVs) to save the planet, but there are serious questions about how environmentally friendly they really are. Now, a consumer survey has found a problem that might matter more to ordinary people. EVs are some of the least reliable vehicles on the market.

Last week, Consumer Reports released its annual report on vehicle reliability. The nonprofit collects this data by surveying its members to find out what kind of vehicles they have and whether they’ve had any problems with them in the last 12 months. Then, they collate the responses to rate vehicles by reliability.

The results aren’t good news for the fast-growing EV market. It seems if you want a reliable car, you should buy a hybrid or a mid-sized or large car with a gas-powered engine. Ones to avoid are full-size pickup trucks and EVs.

Of 24 brands ranked this year, EV pioneer Tesla came in 19th. Meanwhile, the most reliable brands were Toyota, Lexus, BMW, Mazda, and Honda, with Lincoln and Buick rated as the best domestic brands in 10th and 11th place.

Only four electric vehicles had average reliability or better — the Kia EV6, Tesla Model 3, Nissan Leaf, and Hyundai Ioniq 5. All the others, including the rest of the Tesla range, scored below average. If you’re pondering buying an electric vehicle, don’t just consider whether it’s good for the planet; you might also want to think about how important it is to get to where you’re going.

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Electric Cars DOOMED? Damning Report Released!

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars
Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

(UnitedVoice.com) – The Biden Administration wants us all to switch to electric vehicles (EVs) to save the planet, but there are serious questions about how environmentally friendly they really are. Now, a consumer survey has found a problem that might matter more to ordinary people. EVs are some of the least reliable vehicles on the market.

Last week, Consumer Reports released its annual report on vehicle reliability. The nonprofit collects this data by surveying its members to find out what kind of vehicles they have and whether they’ve had any problems with them in the last 12 months. Then, they collate the responses to rate vehicles by reliability.

The results aren’t good news for the fast-growing EV market. It seems if you want a reliable car, you should buy a hybrid or a mid-sized or large car with a gas-powered engine. Ones to avoid are full-size pickup trucks and EVs.

Of 24 brands ranked this year, EV pioneer Tesla came in 19th. Meanwhile, the most reliable brands were Toyota, Lexus, BMW, Mazda, and Honda, with Lincoln and Buick rated as the best domestic brands in 10th and 11th place.

Only four electric vehicles had average reliability or better — the Kia EV6, Tesla Model 3, Nissan Leaf, and Hyundai Ioniq 5. All the others, including the rest of the Tesla range, scored below average. If you’re pondering buying an electric vehicle, don’t just consider whether it’s good for the planet; you might also want to think about how important it is to get to where you’re going.

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Electric Cars DOOMED? Damning Report Released!

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars
Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

(UnitedVoice.com) – The Biden Administration wants us all to switch to electric vehicles (EVs) to save the planet, but there are serious questions about how environmentally friendly they really are. Now, a consumer survey has found a problem that might matter more to ordinary people. EVs are some of the least reliable vehicles on the market.

Last week, Consumer Reports released its annual report on vehicle reliability. The nonprofit collects this data by surveying its members to find out what kind of vehicles they have and whether they’ve had any problems with them in the last 12 months. Then, they collate the responses to rate vehicles by reliability.

The results aren’t good news for the fast-growing EV market. It seems if you want a reliable car, you should buy a hybrid or a mid-sized or large car with a gas-powered engine. Ones to avoid are full-size pickup trucks and EVs.

Of 24 brands ranked this year, EV pioneer Tesla came in 19th. Meanwhile, the most reliable brands were Toyota, Lexus, BMW, Mazda, and Honda, with Lincoln and Buick rated as the best domestic brands in 10th and 11th place.

Only four electric vehicles had average reliability or better — the Kia EV6, Tesla Model 3, Nissan Leaf, and Hyundai Ioniq 5. All the others, including the rest of the Tesla range, scored below average. If you’re pondering buying an electric vehicle, don’t just consider whether it’s good for the planet; you might also want to think about how important it is to get to where you’re going.

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Electric Cars DOOMED? Damning Report Released!

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars
Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

(UnitedVoice.com) – The Biden Administration wants us all to switch to electric vehicles (EVs) to save the planet, but there are serious questions about how environmentally friendly they really are. Now, a consumer survey has found a problem that might matter more to ordinary people. EVs are some of the least reliable vehicles on the market.

Last week, Consumer Reports released its annual report on vehicle reliability. The nonprofit collects this data by surveying its members to find out what kind of vehicles they have and whether they’ve had any problems with them in the last 12 months. Then, they collate the responses to rate vehicles by reliability.

The results aren’t good news for the fast-growing EV market. It seems if you want a reliable car, you should buy a hybrid or a mid-sized or large car with a gas-powered engine. Ones to avoid are full-size pickup trucks and EVs.

Of 24 brands ranked this year, EV pioneer Tesla came in 19th. Meanwhile, the most reliable brands were Toyota, Lexus, BMW, Mazda, and Honda, with Lincoln and Buick rated as the best domestic brands in 10th and 11th place.

Only four electric vehicles had average reliability or better — the Kia EV6, Tesla Model 3, Nissan Leaf, and Hyundai Ioniq 5. All the others, including the rest of the Tesla range, scored below average. If you’re pondering buying an electric vehicle, don’t just consider whether it’s good for the planet; you might also want to think about how important it is to get to where you’re going.

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Electric Cars DOOMED? Damning Report Released!

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars
Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

(UnitedVoice.com) – The Biden Administration wants us all to switch to electric vehicles (EVs) to save the planet, but there are serious questions about how environmentally friendly they really are. Now, a consumer survey has found a problem that might matter more to ordinary people. EVs are some of the least reliable vehicles on the market.

Last week, Consumer Reports released its annual report on vehicle reliability. The nonprofit collects this data by surveying its members to find out what kind of vehicles they have and whether they’ve had any problems with them in the last 12 months. Then, they collate the responses to rate vehicles by reliability.

The results aren’t good news for the fast-growing EV market. It seems if you want a reliable car, you should buy a hybrid or a mid-sized or large car with a gas-powered engine. Ones to avoid are full-size pickup trucks and EVs.

Of 24 brands ranked this year, EV pioneer Tesla came in 19th. Meanwhile, the most reliable brands were Toyota, Lexus, BMW, Mazda, and Honda, with Lincoln and Buick rated as the best domestic brands in 10th and 11th place.

Only four electric vehicles had average reliability or better — the Kia EV6, Tesla Model 3, Nissan Leaf, and Hyundai Ioniq 5. All the others, including the rest of the Tesla range, scored below average. If you’re pondering buying an electric vehicle, don’t just consider whether it’s good for the planet; you might also want to think about how important it is to get to where you’re going.

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Aries Horoscope

Dec 5, 2022… You could feel an urge to bridge relationship gaps and reconnect today. As you think of friends, relatives, and colleagues whom you don’t often see, you may sense that they’re thinking about you as well. Don’t hesitate to pick up the phone, send a text, or email for a quick check in. Making even the smallest effort to connect can strengthen valuable relationships for life.

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Electric Cars DOOMED? Damning Report Released!

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars
Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

(UnitedVoice.com) – The Biden Administration wants us all to switch to electric vehicles (EVs) to save the planet, but there are serious questions about how environmentally friendly they really are. Now, a consumer survey has found a problem that might matter more to ordinary people. EVs are some of the least reliable vehicles on the market.

Last week, Consumer Reports released its annual report on vehicle reliability. The nonprofit collects this data by surveying its members to find out what kind of vehicles they have and whether they’ve had any problems with them in the last 12 months. Then, they collate the responses to rate vehicles by reliability.

The results aren’t good news for the fast-growing EV market. It seems if you want a reliable car, you should buy a hybrid or a mid-sized or large car with a gas-powered engine. Ones to avoid are full-size pickup trucks and EVs.

Of 24 brands ranked this year, EV pioneer Tesla came in 19th. Meanwhile, the most reliable brands were Toyota, Lexus, BMW, Mazda, and Honda, with Lincoln and Buick rated as the best domestic brands in 10th and 11th place.

Only four electric vehicles had average reliability or better — the Kia EV6, Tesla Model 3, Nissan Leaf, and Hyundai Ioniq 5. All the others, including the rest of the Tesla range, scored below average. If you’re pondering buying an electric vehicle, don’t just consider whether it’s good for the planet; you might also want to think about how important it is to get to where you’re going.

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Electric Cars DOOMED? Damning Report Released!

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars
Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

(UnitedVoice.com) – The Biden Administration wants us all to switch to electric vehicles (EVs) to save the planet, but there are serious questions about how environmentally friendly they really are. Now, a consumer survey has found a problem that might matter more to ordinary people. EVs are some of the least reliable vehicles on the market.

Last week, Consumer Reports released its annual report on vehicle reliability. The nonprofit collects this data by surveying its members to find out what kind of vehicles they have and whether they’ve had any problems with them in the last 12 months. Then, they collate the responses to rate vehicles by reliability.

The results aren’t good news for the fast-growing EV market. It seems if you want a reliable car, you should buy a hybrid or a mid-sized or large car with a gas-powered engine. Ones to avoid are full-size pickup trucks and EVs.

Of 24 brands ranked this year, EV pioneer Tesla came in 19th. Meanwhile, the most reliable brands were Toyota, Lexus, BMW, Mazda, and Honda, with Lincoln and Buick rated as the best domestic brands in 10th and 11th place.

Only four electric vehicles had average reliability or better — the Kia EV6, Tesla Model 3, Nissan Leaf, and Hyundai Ioniq 5. All the others, including the rest of the Tesla range, scored below average. If you’re pondering buying an electric vehicle, don’t just consider whether it’s good for the planet; you might also want to think about how important it is to get to where you’re going.

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Electric Cars DOOMED? Damning Report Released!

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars
Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

(UnitedVoice.com) – The Biden Administration wants us all to switch to electric vehicles (EVs) to save the planet, but there are serious questions about how environmentally friendly they really are. Now, a consumer survey has found a problem that might matter more to ordinary people. EVs are some of the least reliable vehicles on the market.

Last week, Consumer Reports released its annual report on vehicle reliability. The nonprofit collects this data by surveying its members to find out what kind of vehicles they have and whether they’ve had any problems with them in the last 12 months. Then, they collate the responses to rate vehicles by reliability.

The results aren’t good news for the fast-growing EV market. It seems if you want a reliable car, you should buy a hybrid or a mid-sized or large car with a gas-powered engine. Ones to avoid are full-size pickup trucks and EVs.

Of 24 brands ranked this year, EV pioneer Tesla came in 19th. Meanwhile, the most reliable brands were Toyota, Lexus, BMW, Mazda, and Honda, with Lincoln and Buick rated as the best domestic brands in 10th and 11th place.

Only four electric vehicles had average reliability or better — the Kia EV6, Tesla Model 3, Nissan Leaf, and Hyundai Ioniq 5. All the others, including the rest of the Tesla range, scored below average. If you’re pondering buying an electric vehicle, don’t just consider whether it’s good for the planet; you might also want to think about how important it is to get to where you’re going.

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Electric Cars DOOMED? Damning Report Released!

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars
Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

(UnitedVoice.com) – The Biden Administration wants us all to switch to electric vehicles (EVs) to save the planet, but there are serious questions about how environmentally friendly they really are. Now, a consumer survey has found a problem that might matter more to ordinary people. EVs are some of the least reliable vehicles on the market.

Last week, Consumer Reports released its annual report on vehicle reliability. The nonprofit collects this data by surveying its members to find out what kind of vehicles they have and whether they’ve had any problems with them in the last 12 months. Then, they collate the responses to rate vehicles by reliability.

The results aren’t good news for the fast-growing EV market. It seems if you want a reliable car, you should buy a hybrid or a mid-sized or large car with a gas-powered engine. Ones to avoid are full-size pickup trucks and EVs.

Of 24 brands ranked this year, EV pioneer Tesla came in 19th. Meanwhile, the most reliable brands were Toyota, Lexus, BMW, Mazda, and Honda, with Lincoln and Buick rated as the best domestic brands in 10th and 11th place.

Only four electric vehicles had average reliability or better — the Kia EV6, Tesla Model 3, Nissan Leaf, and Hyundai Ioniq 5. All the others, including the rest of the Tesla range, scored below average. If you’re pondering buying an electric vehicle, don’t just consider whether it’s good for the planet; you might also want to think about how important it is to get to where you’re going.

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Electric Cars DOOMED? Damning Report Released!

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars
Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

(UnitedVoice.com) – The Biden Administration wants us all to switch to electric vehicles (EVs) to save the planet, but there are serious questions about how environmentally friendly they really are. Now, a consumer survey has found a problem that might matter more to ordinary people. EVs are some of the least reliable vehicles on the market.

Last week, Consumer Reports released its annual report on vehicle reliability. The nonprofit collects this data by surveying its members to find out what kind of vehicles they have and whether they’ve had any problems with them in the last 12 months. Then, they collate the responses to rate vehicles by reliability.

The results aren’t good news for the fast-growing EV market. It seems if you want a reliable car, you should buy a hybrid or a mid-sized or large car with a gas-powered engine. Ones to avoid are full-size pickup trucks and EVs.

Of 24 brands ranked this year, EV pioneer Tesla came in 19th. Meanwhile, the most reliable brands were Toyota, Lexus, BMW, Mazda, and Honda, with Lincoln and Buick rated as the best domestic brands in 10th and 11th place.

Only four electric vehicles had average reliability or better — the Kia EV6, Tesla Model 3, Nissan Leaf, and Hyundai Ioniq 5. All the others, including the rest of the Tesla range, scored below average. If you’re pondering buying an electric vehicle, don’t just consider whether it’s good for the planet; you might also want to think about how important it is to get to where you’re going.

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Electric Cars DOOMED? Damning Report Released!

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars
Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

(UnitedVoice.com) – The Biden Administration wants us all to switch to electric vehicles (EVs) to save the planet, but there are serious questions about how environmentally friendly they really are. Now, a consumer survey has found a problem that might matter more to ordinary people. EVs are some of the least reliable vehicles on the market.

Last week, Consumer Reports released its annual report on vehicle reliability. The nonprofit collects this data by surveying its members to find out what kind of vehicles they have and whether they’ve had any problems with them in the last 12 months. Then, they collate the responses to rate vehicles by reliability.

The results aren’t good news for the fast-growing EV market. It seems if you want a reliable car, you should buy a hybrid or a mid-sized or large car with a gas-powered engine. Ones to avoid are full-size pickup trucks and EVs.

Of 24 brands ranked this year, EV pioneer Tesla came in 19th. Meanwhile, the most reliable brands were Toyota, Lexus, BMW, Mazda, and Honda, with Lincoln and Buick rated as the best domestic brands in 10th and 11th place.

Only four electric vehicles had average reliability or better — the Kia EV6, Tesla Model 3, Nissan Leaf, and Hyundai Ioniq 5. All the others, including the rest of the Tesla range, scored below average. If you’re pondering buying an electric vehicle, don’t just consider whether it’s good for the planet; you might also want to think about how important it is to get to where you’re going.

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Aries Horoscope

Dec 5, 2022… You could feel an urge to bridge relationship gaps and reconnect today. As you think of friends, relatives, and colleagues whom you don’t often see, you may sense that they’re thinking about you as well. Don’t hesitate to pick up the phone, send a text, or email for a quick check in. Making even the smallest effort to connect can strengthen valuable relationships for life.

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Electric Cars DOOMED? Damning Report Released!

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars
Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

(UnitedVoice.com) – The Biden Administration wants us all to switch to electric vehicles (EVs) to save the planet, but there are serious questions about how environmentally friendly they really are. Now, a consumer survey has found a problem that might matter more to ordinary people. EVs are some of the least reliable vehicles on the market.

Last week, Consumer Reports released its annual report on vehicle reliability. The nonprofit collects this data by surveying its members to find out what kind of vehicles they have and whether they’ve had any problems with them in the last 12 months. Then, they collate the responses to rate vehicles by reliability.

The results aren’t good news for the fast-growing EV market. It seems if you want a reliable car, you should buy a hybrid or a mid-sized or large car with a gas-powered engine. Ones to avoid are full-size pickup trucks and EVs.

Of 24 brands ranked this year, EV pioneer Tesla came in 19th. Meanwhile, the most reliable brands were Toyota, Lexus, BMW, Mazda, and Honda, with Lincoln and Buick rated as the best domestic brands in 10th and 11th place.

Only four electric vehicles had average reliability or better — the Kia EV6, Tesla Model 3, Nissan Leaf, and Hyundai Ioniq 5. All the others, including the rest of the Tesla range, scored below average. If you’re pondering buying an electric vehicle, don’t just consider whether it’s good for the planet; you might also want to think about how important it is to get to where you’re going.

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Electric Cars DOOMED? Damning Report Released!

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars
Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

(UnitedVoice.com) – The Biden Administration wants us all to switch to electric vehicles (EVs) to save the planet, but there are serious questions about how environmentally friendly they really are. Now, a consumer survey has found a problem that might matter more to ordinary people. EVs are some of the least reliable vehicles on the market.

Last week, Consumer Reports released its annual report on vehicle reliability. The nonprofit collects this data by surveying its members to find out what kind of vehicles they have and whether they’ve had any problems with them in the last 12 months. Then, they collate the responses to rate vehicles by reliability.

The results aren’t good news for the fast-growing EV market. It seems if you want a reliable car, you should buy a hybrid or a mid-sized or large car with a gas-powered engine. Ones to avoid are full-size pickup trucks and EVs.

Of 24 brands ranked this year, EV pioneer Tesla came in 19th. Meanwhile, the most reliable brands were Toyota, Lexus, BMW, Mazda, and Honda, with Lincoln and Buick rated as the best domestic brands in 10th and 11th place.

Only four electric vehicles had average reliability or better — the Kia EV6, Tesla Model 3, Nissan Leaf, and Hyundai Ioniq 5. All the others, including the rest of the Tesla range, scored below average. If you’re pondering buying an electric vehicle, don’t just consider whether it’s good for the planet; you might also want to think about how important it is to get to where you’re going.

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Electric Cars DOOMED? Damning Report Released!

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars
Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

(UnitedVoice.com) – The Biden Administration wants us all to switch to electric vehicles (EVs) to save the planet, but there are serious questions about how environmentally friendly they really are. Now, a consumer survey has found a problem that might matter more to ordinary people. EVs are some of the least reliable vehicles on the market.

Last week, Consumer Reports released its annual report on vehicle reliability. The nonprofit collects this data by surveying its members to find out what kind of vehicles they have and whether they’ve had any problems with them in the last 12 months. Then, they collate the responses to rate vehicles by reliability.

The results aren’t good news for the fast-growing EV market. It seems if you want a reliable car, you should buy a hybrid or a mid-sized or large car with a gas-powered engine. Ones to avoid are full-size pickup trucks and EVs.

Of 24 brands ranked this year, EV pioneer Tesla came in 19th. Meanwhile, the most reliable brands were Toyota, Lexus, BMW, Mazda, and Honda, with Lincoln and Buick rated as the best domestic brands in 10th and 11th place.

Only four electric vehicles had average reliability or better — the Kia EV6, Tesla Model 3, Nissan Leaf, and Hyundai Ioniq 5. All the others, including the rest of the Tesla range, scored below average. If you’re pondering buying an electric vehicle, don’t just consider whether it’s good for the planet; you might also want to think about how important it is to get to where you’re going.

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Electric Cars DOOMED? Damning Report Released!

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars
Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

(UnitedVoice.com) – The Biden Administration wants us all to switch to electric vehicles (EVs) to save the planet, but there are serious questions about how environmentally friendly they really are. Now, a consumer survey has found a problem that might matter more to ordinary people. EVs are some of the least reliable vehicles on the market.

Last week, Consumer Reports released its annual report on vehicle reliability. The nonprofit collects this data by surveying its members to find out what kind of vehicles they have and whether they’ve had any problems with them in the last 12 months. Then, they collate the responses to rate vehicles by reliability.

The results aren’t good news for the fast-growing EV market. It seems if you want a reliable car, you should buy a hybrid or a mid-sized or large car with a gas-powered engine. Ones to avoid are full-size pickup trucks and EVs.

Of 24 brands ranked this year, EV pioneer Tesla came in 19th. Meanwhile, the most reliable brands were Toyota, Lexus, BMW, Mazda, and Honda, with Lincoln and Buick rated as the best domestic brands in 10th and 11th place.

Only four electric vehicles had average reliability or better — the Kia EV6, Tesla Model 3, Nissan Leaf, and Hyundai Ioniq 5. All the others, including the rest of the Tesla range, scored below average. If you’re pondering buying an electric vehicle, don’t just consider whether it’s good for the planet; you might also want to think about how important it is to get to where you’re going.

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Electric Cars DOOMED? Damning Report Released!

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars
Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

(UnitedVoice.com) – The Biden Administration wants us all to switch to electric vehicles (EVs) to save the planet, but there are serious questions about how environmentally friendly they really are. Now, a consumer survey has found a problem that might matter more to ordinary people. EVs are some of the least reliable vehicles on the market.

Last week, Consumer Reports released its annual report on vehicle reliability. The nonprofit collects this data by surveying its members to find out what kind of vehicles they have and whether they’ve had any problems with them in the last 12 months. Then, they collate the responses to rate vehicles by reliability.

The results aren’t good news for the fast-growing EV market. It seems if you want a reliable car, you should buy a hybrid or a mid-sized or large car with a gas-powered engine. Ones to avoid are full-size pickup trucks and EVs.

Of 24 brands ranked this year, EV pioneer Tesla came in 19th. Meanwhile, the most reliable brands were Toyota, Lexus, BMW, Mazda, and Honda, with Lincoln and Buick rated as the best domestic brands in 10th and 11th place.

Only four electric vehicles had average reliability or better — the Kia EV6, Tesla Model 3, Nissan Leaf, and Hyundai Ioniq 5. All the others, including the rest of the Tesla range, scored below average. If you’re pondering buying an electric vehicle, don’t just consider whether it’s good for the planet; you might also want to think about how important it is to get to where you’re going.

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Electric Cars DOOMED? Damning Report Released!

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars
Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

(UnitedVoice.com) – The Biden Administration wants us all to switch to electric vehicles (EVs) to save the planet, but there are serious questions about how environmentally friendly they really are. Now, a consumer survey has found a problem that might matter more to ordinary people. EVs are some of the least reliable vehicles on the market.

Last week, Consumer Reports released its annual report on vehicle reliability. The nonprofit collects this data by surveying its members to find out what kind of vehicles they have and whether they’ve had any problems with them in the last 12 months. Then, they collate the responses to rate vehicles by reliability.

The results aren’t good news for the fast-growing EV market. It seems if you want a reliable car, you should buy a hybrid or a mid-sized or large car with a gas-powered engine. Ones to avoid are full-size pickup trucks and EVs.

Of 24 brands ranked this year, EV pioneer Tesla came in 19th. Meanwhile, the most reliable brands were Toyota, Lexus, BMW, Mazda, and Honda, with Lincoln and Buick rated as the best domestic brands in 10th and 11th place.

Only four electric vehicles had average reliability or better — the Kia EV6, Tesla Model 3, Nissan Leaf, and Hyundai Ioniq 5. All the others, including the rest of the Tesla range, scored below average. If you’re pondering buying an electric vehicle, don’t just consider whether it’s good for the planet; you might also want to think about how important it is to get to where you’re going.

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Aries Horoscope

Dec 5, 2022… You could feel an urge to bridge relationship gaps and reconnect today. As you think of friends, relatives, and colleagues whom you don’t often see, you may sense that they’re thinking about you as well. Don’t hesitate to pick up the phone, send a text, or email for a quick check in. Making even the smallest effort to connect can strengthen valuable relationships for life.

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Electric Cars DOOMED? Damning Report Released!

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars
Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

(UnitedVoice.com) – The Biden Administration wants us all to switch to electric vehicles (EVs) to save the planet, but there are serious questions about how environmentally friendly they really are. Now, a consumer survey has found a problem that might matter more to ordinary people. EVs are some of the least reliable vehicles on the market.

Last week, Consumer Reports released its annual report on vehicle reliability. The nonprofit collects this data by surveying its members to find out what kind of vehicles they have and whether they’ve had any problems with them in the last 12 months. Then, they collate the responses to rate vehicles by reliability.

The results aren’t good news for the fast-growing EV market. It seems if you want a reliable car, you should buy a hybrid or a mid-sized or large car with a gas-powered engine. Ones to avoid are full-size pickup trucks and EVs.

Of 24 brands ranked this year, EV pioneer Tesla came in 19th. Meanwhile, the most reliable brands were Toyota, Lexus, BMW, Mazda, and Honda, with Lincoln and Buick rated as the best domestic brands in 10th and 11th place.

Only four electric vehicles had average reliability or better — the Kia EV6, Tesla Model 3, Nissan Leaf, and Hyundai Ioniq 5. All the others, including the rest of the Tesla range, scored below average. If you’re pondering buying an electric vehicle, don’t just consider whether it’s good for the planet; you might also want to think about how important it is to get to where you’re going.

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Electric Cars DOOMED? Damning Report Released!

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars
Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

(UnitedVoice.com) – The Biden Administration wants us all to switch to electric vehicles (EVs) to save the planet, but there are serious questions about how environmentally friendly they really are. Now, a consumer survey has found a problem that might matter more to ordinary people. EVs are some of the least reliable vehicles on the market.

Last week, Consumer Reports released its annual report on vehicle reliability. The nonprofit collects this data by surveying its members to find out what kind of vehicles they have and whether they’ve had any problems with them in the last 12 months. Then, they collate the responses to rate vehicles by reliability.

The results aren’t good news for the fast-growing EV market. It seems if you want a reliable car, you should buy a hybrid or a mid-sized or large car with a gas-powered engine. Ones to avoid are full-size pickup trucks and EVs.

Of 24 brands ranked this year, EV pioneer Tesla came in 19th. Meanwhile, the most reliable brands were Toyota, Lexus, BMW, Mazda, and Honda, with Lincoln and Buick rated as the best domestic brands in 10th and 11th place.

Only four electric vehicles had average reliability or better — the Kia EV6, Tesla Model 3, Nissan Leaf, and Hyundai Ioniq 5. All the others, including the rest of the Tesla range, scored below average. If you’re pondering buying an electric vehicle, don’t just consider whether it’s good for the planet; you might also want to think about how important it is to get to where you’re going.

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Electric Cars DOOMED? Damning Report Released!

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars
Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

(UnitedVoice.com) – The Biden Administration wants us all to switch to electric vehicles (EVs) to save the planet, but there are serious questions about how environmentally friendly they really are. Now, a consumer survey has found a problem that might matter more to ordinary people. EVs are some of the least reliable vehicles on the market.

Last week, Consumer Reports released its annual report on vehicle reliability. The nonprofit collects this data by surveying its members to find out what kind of vehicles they have and whether they’ve had any problems with them in the last 12 months. Then, they collate the responses to rate vehicles by reliability.

The results aren’t good news for the fast-growing EV market. It seems if you want a reliable car, you should buy a hybrid or a mid-sized or large car with a gas-powered engine. Ones to avoid are full-size pickup trucks and EVs.

Of 24 brands ranked this year, EV pioneer Tesla came in 19th. Meanwhile, the most reliable brands were Toyota, Lexus, BMW, Mazda, and Honda, with Lincoln and Buick rated as the best domestic brands in 10th and 11th place.

Only four electric vehicles had average reliability or better — the Kia EV6, Tesla Model 3, Nissan Leaf, and Hyundai Ioniq 5. All the others, including the rest of the Tesla range, scored below average. If you’re pondering buying an electric vehicle, don’t just consider whether it’s good for the planet; you might also want to think about how important it is to get to where you’re going.

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Electric Cars DOOMED? Damning Report Released!

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars
Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

(UnitedVoice.com) – The Biden Administration wants us all to switch to electric vehicles (EVs) to save the planet, but there are serious questions about how environmentally friendly they really are. Now, a consumer survey has found a problem that might matter more to ordinary people. EVs are some of the least reliable vehicles on the market.

Last week, Consumer Reports released its annual report on vehicle reliability. The nonprofit collects this data by surveying its members to find out what kind of vehicles they have and whether they’ve had any problems with them in the last 12 months. Then, they collate the responses to rate vehicles by reliability.

The results aren’t good news for the fast-growing EV market. It seems if you want a reliable car, you should buy a hybrid or a mid-sized or large car with a gas-powered engine. Ones to avoid are full-size pickup trucks and EVs.

Of 24 brands ranked this year, EV pioneer Tesla came in 19th. Meanwhile, the most reliable brands were Toyota, Lexus, BMW, Mazda, and Honda, with Lincoln and Buick rated as the best domestic brands in 10th and 11th place.

Only four electric vehicles had average reliability or better — the Kia EV6, Tesla Model 3, Nissan Leaf, and Hyundai Ioniq 5. All the others, including the rest of the Tesla range, scored below average. If you’re pondering buying an electric vehicle, don’t just consider whether it’s good for the planet; you might also want to think about how important it is to get to where you’re going.

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Electric Cars DOOMED? Damning Report Released!

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars
Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

(UnitedVoice.com) – The Biden Administration wants us all to switch to electric vehicles (EVs) to save the planet, but there are serious questions about how environmentally friendly they really are. Now, a consumer survey has found a problem that might matter more to ordinary people. EVs are some of the least reliable vehicles on the market.

Last week, Consumer Reports released its annual report on vehicle reliability. The nonprofit collects this data by surveying its members to find out what kind of vehicles they have and whether they’ve had any problems with them in the last 12 months. Then, they collate the responses to rate vehicles by reliability.

The results aren’t good news for the fast-growing EV market. It seems if you want a reliable car, you should buy a hybrid or a mid-sized or large car with a gas-powered engine. Ones to avoid are full-size pickup trucks and EVs.

Of 24 brands ranked this year, EV pioneer Tesla came in 19th. Meanwhile, the most reliable brands were Toyota, Lexus, BMW, Mazda, and Honda, with Lincoln and Buick rated as the best domestic brands in 10th and 11th place.

Only four electric vehicles had average reliability or better — the Kia EV6, Tesla Model 3, Nissan Leaf, and Hyundai Ioniq 5. All the others, including the rest of the Tesla range, scored below average. If you’re pondering buying an electric vehicle, don’t just consider whether it’s good for the planet; you might also want to think about how important it is to get to where you’re going.

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Electric Cars DOOMED? Damning Report Released!

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars
Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

(UnitedVoice.com) – The Biden Administration wants us all to switch to electric vehicles (EVs) to save the planet, but there are serious questions about how environmentally friendly they really are. Now, a consumer survey has found a problem that might matter more to ordinary people. EVs are some of the least reliable vehicles on the market.

Last week, Consumer Reports released its annual report on vehicle reliability. The nonprofit collects this data by surveying its members to find out what kind of vehicles they have and whether they’ve had any problems with them in the last 12 months. Then, they collate the responses to rate vehicles by reliability.

The results aren’t good news for the fast-growing EV market. It seems if you want a reliable car, you should buy a hybrid or a mid-sized or large car with a gas-powered engine. Ones to avoid are full-size pickup trucks and EVs.

Of 24 brands ranked this year, EV pioneer Tesla came in 19th. Meanwhile, the most reliable brands were Toyota, Lexus, BMW, Mazda, and Honda, with Lincoln and Buick rated as the best domestic brands in 10th and 11th place.

Only four electric vehicles had average reliability or better — the Kia EV6, Tesla Model 3, Nissan Leaf, and Hyundai Ioniq 5. All the others, including the rest of the Tesla range, scored below average. If you’re pondering buying an electric vehicle, don’t just consider whether it’s good for the planet; you might also want to think about how important it is to get to where you’re going.

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Electric Cars DOOMED? Damning Report Released!

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars
Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

(UnitedVoice.com) – The Biden Administration wants us all to switch to electric vehicles (EVs) to save the planet, but there are serious questions about how environmentally friendly they really are. Now, a consumer survey has found a problem that might matter more to ordinary people. EVs are some of the least reliable vehicles on the market.

Last week, Consumer Reports released its annual report on vehicle reliability. The nonprofit collects this data by surveying its members to find out what kind of vehicles they have and whether they’ve had any problems with them in the last 12 months. Then, they collate the responses to rate vehicles by reliability.

The results aren’t good news for the fast-growing EV market. It seems if you want a reliable car, you should buy a hybrid or a mid-sized or large car with a gas-powered engine. Ones to avoid are full-size pickup trucks and EVs.

Of 24 brands ranked this year, EV pioneer Tesla came in 19th. Meanwhile, the most reliable brands were Toyota, Lexus, BMW, Mazda, and Honda, with Lincoln and Buick rated as the best domestic brands in 10th and 11th place.

Only four electric vehicles had average reliability or better — the Kia EV6, Tesla Model 3, Nissan Leaf, and Hyundai Ioniq 5. All the others, including the rest of the Tesla range, scored below average. If you’re pondering buying an electric vehicle, don’t just consider whether it’s good for the planet; you might also want to think about how important it is to get to where you’re going.

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Electric Cars DOOMED? Damning Report Released!

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars
Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

(UnitedVoice.com) – The Biden Administration wants us all to switch to electric vehicles (EVs) to save the planet, but there are serious questions about how environmentally friendly they really are. Now, a consumer survey has found a problem that might matter more to ordinary people. EVs are some of the least reliable vehicles on the market.

Last week, Consumer Reports released its annual report on vehicle reliability. The nonprofit collects this data by surveying its members to find out what kind of vehicles they have and whether they’ve had any problems with them in the last 12 months. Then, they collate the responses to rate vehicles by reliability.

The results aren’t good news for the fast-growing EV market. It seems if you want a reliable car, you should buy a hybrid or a mid-sized or large car with a gas-powered engine. Ones to avoid are full-size pickup trucks and EVs.

Of 24 brands ranked this year, EV pioneer Tesla came in 19th. Meanwhile, the most reliable brands were Toyota, Lexus, BMW, Mazda, and Honda, with Lincoln and Buick rated as the best domestic brands in 10th and 11th place.

Only four electric vehicles had average reliability or better — the Kia EV6, Tesla Model 3, Nissan Leaf, and Hyundai Ioniq 5. All the others, including the rest of the Tesla range, scored below average. If you’re pondering buying an electric vehicle, don’t just consider whether it’s good for the planet; you might also want to think about how important it is to get to where you’re going.

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

Electric Cars DOOMED? Damning Report Released!

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars
Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

(UnitedVoice.com) – The Biden Administration wants us all to switch to electric vehicles (EVs) to save the planet, but there are serious questions about how environmentally friendly they really are. Now, a consumer survey has found a problem that might matter more to ordinary people. EVs are some of the least reliable vehicles on the market.

Last week, Consumer Reports released its annual report on vehicle reliability. The nonprofit collects this data by surveying its members to find out what kind of vehicles they have and whether they’ve had any problems with them in the last 12 months. Then, they collate the responses to rate vehicles by reliability.

The results aren’t good news for the fast-growing EV market. It seems if you want a reliable car, you should buy a hybrid or a mid-sized or large car with a gas-powered engine. Ones to avoid are full-size pickup trucks and EVs.

Of 24 brands ranked this year, EV pioneer Tesla came in 19th. Meanwhile, the most reliable brands were Toyota, Lexus, BMW, Mazda, and Honda, with Lincoln and Buick rated as the best domestic brands in 10th and 11th place.

Only four electric vehicles had average reliability or better — the Kia EV6, Tesla Model 3, Nissan Leaf, and Hyundai Ioniq 5. All the others, including the rest of the Tesla range, scored below average. If you’re pondering buying an electric vehicle, don’t just consider whether it’s good for the planet; you might also want to think about how important it is to get to where you’re going.

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Electric Cars DOOMED? Damning Report Released!

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars
Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

(UnitedVoice.com) – The Biden Administration wants us all to switch to electric vehicles (EVs) to save the planet, but there are serious questions about how environmentally friendly they really are. Now, a consumer survey has found a problem that might matter more to ordinary people. EVs are some of the least reliable vehicles on the market.

Last week, Consumer Reports released its annual report on vehicle reliability. The nonprofit collects this data by surveying its members to find out what kind of vehicles they have and whether they’ve had any problems with them in the last 12 months. Then, they collate the responses to rate vehicles by reliability.

The results aren’t good news for the fast-growing EV market. It seems if you want a reliable car, you should buy a hybrid or a mid-sized or large car with a gas-powered engine. Ones to avoid are full-size pickup trucks and EVs.

Of 24 brands ranked this year, EV pioneer Tesla came in 19th. Meanwhile, the most reliable brands were Toyota, Lexus, BMW, Mazda, and Honda, with Lincoln and Buick rated as the best domestic brands in 10th and 11th place.

Only four electric vehicles had average reliability or better — the Kia EV6, Tesla Model 3, Nissan Leaf, and Hyundai Ioniq 5. All the others, including the rest of the Tesla range, scored below average. If you’re pondering buying an electric vehicle, don’t just consider whether it’s good for the planet; you might also want to think about how important it is to get to where you’re going.

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Electric Cars DOOMED? Damning Report Released!

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars
Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

(UnitedVoice.com) – The Biden Administration wants us all to switch to electric vehicles (EVs) to save the planet, but there are serious questions about how environmentally friendly they really are. Now, a consumer survey has found a problem that might matter more to ordinary people. EVs are some of the least reliable vehicles on the market.

Last week, Consumer Reports released its annual report on vehicle reliability. The nonprofit collects this data by surveying its members to find out what kind of vehicles they have and whether they’ve had any problems with them in the last 12 months. Then, they collate the responses to rate vehicles by reliability.

The results aren’t good news for the fast-growing EV market. It seems if you want a reliable car, you should buy a hybrid or a mid-sized or large car with a gas-powered engine. Ones to avoid are full-size pickup trucks and EVs.

Of 24 brands ranked this year, EV pioneer Tesla came in 19th. Meanwhile, the most reliable brands were Toyota, Lexus, BMW, Mazda, and Honda, with Lincoln and Buick rated as the best domestic brands in 10th and 11th place.

Only four electric vehicles had average reliability or better — the Kia EV6, Tesla Model 3, Nissan Leaf, and Hyundai Ioniq 5. All the others, including the rest of the Tesla range, scored below average. If you’re pondering buying an electric vehicle, don’t just consider whether it’s good for the planet; you might also want to think about how important it is to get to where you’re going.

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

Electric Cars DOOMED? Damning Report Released!

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars
Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

(UnitedVoice.com) – The Biden Administration wants us all to switch to electric vehicles (EVs) to save the planet, but there are serious questions about how environmentally friendly they really are. Now, a consumer survey has found a problem that might matter more to ordinary people. EVs are some of the least reliable vehicles on the market.

Last week, Consumer Reports released its annual report on vehicle reliability. The nonprofit collects this data by surveying its members to find out what kind of vehicles they have and whether they’ve had any problems with them in the last 12 months. Then, they collate the responses to rate vehicles by reliability.

The results aren’t good news for the fast-growing EV market. It seems if you want a reliable car, you should buy a hybrid or a mid-sized or large car with a gas-powered engine. Ones to avoid are full-size pickup trucks and EVs.

Of 24 brands ranked this year, EV pioneer Tesla came in 19th. Meanwhile, the most reliable brands were Toyota, Lexus, BMW, Mazda, and Honda, with Lincoln and Buick rated as the best domestic brands in 10th and 11th place.

Only four electric vehicles had average reliability or better — the Kia EV6, Tesla Model 3, Nissan Leaf, and Hyundai Ioniq 5. All the others, including the rest of the Tesla range, scored below average. If you’re pondering buying an electric vehicle, don’t just consider whether it’s good for the planet; you might also want to think about how important it is to get to where you’re going.

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Electric Cars DOOMED? Damning Report Released!

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars
Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

(UnitedVoice.com) – The Biden Administration wants us all to switch to electric vehicles (EVs) to save the planet, but there are serious questions about how environmentally friendly they really are. Now, a consumer survey has found a problem that might matter more to ordinary people. EVs are some of the least reliable vehicles on the market.

Last week, Consumer Reports released its annual report on vehicle reliability. The nonprofit collects this data by surveying its members to find out what kind of vehicles they have and whether they’ve had any problems with them in the last 12 months. Then, they collate the responses to rate vehicles by reliability.

The results aren’t good news for the fast-growing EV market. It seems if you want a reliable car, you should buy a hybrid or a mid-sized or large car with a gas-powered engine. Ones to avoid are full-size pickup trucks and EVs.

Of 24 brands ranked this year, EV pioneer Tesla came in 19th. Meanwhile, the most reliable brands were Toyota, Lexus, BMW, Mazda, and Honda, with Lincoln and Buick rated as the best domestic brands in 10th and 11th place.

Only four electric vehicles had average reliability or better — the Kia EV6, Tesla Model 3, Nissan Leaf, and Hyundai Ioniq 5. All the others, including the rest of the Tesla range, scored below average. If you’re pondering buying an electric vehicle, don’t just consider whether it’s good for the planet; you might also want to think about how important it is to get to where you’re going.

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Electric Cars DOOMED? Damning Report Released!

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars
Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

Consumer Reports Finds Electric Cars Less Reliable Than Gas-Powered Cars

(UnitedVoice.com) – The Biden Administration wants us all to switch to electric vehicles (EVs) to save the planet, but there are serious questions about how environmentally friendly they really are. Now, a consumer survey has found a problem that might matter more to ordinary people. EVs are some of the least reliable vehicles on the market.

Last week, Consumer Reports released its annual report on vehicle reliability. The nonprofit collects this data by surveying its members to find out what kind of vehicles they have and whether they’ve had any problems with them in the last 12 months. Then, they collate the responses to rate vehicles by reliability.

The results aren’t good news for the fast-growing EV market. It seems if you want a reliable car, you should buy a hybrid or a mid-sized or large car with a gas-powered engine. Ones to avoid are full-size pickup trucks and EVs.

Of 24 brands ranked this year, EV pioneer Tesla came in 19th. Meanwhile, the most reliable brands were Toyota, Lexus, BMW, Mazda, and Honda, with Lincoln and Buick rated as the best domestic brands in 10th and 11th place.

Only four electric vehicles had average reliability or better — the Kia EV6, Tesla Model 3, Nissan Leaf, and Hyundai Ioniq 5. All the others, including the rest of the Tesla range, scored below average. If you’re pondering buying an electric vehicle, don’t just consider whether it’s good for the planet; you might also want to think about how important it is to get to where you’re going.

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