Tesla Regains Recommended Status

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Nov. 15, 2019—Tesla's ranking improved in a recent Consumer Reports survey, according to Reuters.

Tesla's Model 3 and Model S sedan both received recommended status. Tesla’s ranking improved four spots to No. 23 out of 30 brands in the U.S. market as it worked to resolve production problems with the Model 3. Both the Model 3 and S raised their reliability ratings to “average.”

Brands with no major changes to their lineups, such as Fiat Chrysler's Dodge and Chrysler, made significant gains.

Dodge was the highest ranked U.S. brand at No. 8, making the biggest gain of 13 spots. Chrysler rose seven spots to No. 19, while Jeep finished at No. 26.


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