Motor City people often think the editors at Consumer Reports magazine are left-wing tree-hugging American-car-hating worshippers of anything made by Japanese or Germans. And they love anything that goes really slow and uses gasoline by the dropper. I’m here to tell you that is just not true. Here's why you have to stop dismissing CR and its critiques: Detroit engineers and executives don't spend enough time in Hondas and Toyotas; they really don't understand how good they are. ...

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