Contrary to the old adage, you donâ€™t always get what you pay for, especially when it comes to purchasing a new vehicle, Consumer Reports says. â€śSpending more money does not necessarily mean more quality,â€ť Rik Paul tells the Automotive Press Assn. here as CR reveals results of its latest new-vehicle reliability ratings. Paul says luxury cars often donâ€™t fare as well in the survey because of problems with â€śbody hardware,â€ť such as power windows, advanced audio systems and other accessories. ...
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