Why CR Doesn’t Follow Its Own Car-Buying Advice #shorts

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8 Comments on "Why CR Doesn’t Follow Its Own Car-Buying Advice #shorts"

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  2. @nathanthornton5085 | July 1, 2024 at 12:55 PM |

    I greatly appreciate you and your team taking those reliability hits for me! Thanks for saving us from ourselves and learning those lessons for us.

  3. @chrisb9478 | July 1, 2024 at 2:04 PM |

    We need detailed reviews of the new pickups, Colorado/Canyon & Tacoma please. I wonder about reliability.

  4. @carpecanem611 | July 1, 2024 at 2:12 PM |

    I bought a first quarter, first model year car once. I had to. My old car had been totalled. Even though it was from one of the (US) big three, it was a lemon. I will never do that again.

  5. @shawnbl2048 | July 1, 2024 at 8:01 PM |

    Wait so you saying not to get the 2025 camry SE the one I want coming mid July. Now, I am having second thoughts. But it’s more like a refresh vs all new. Does that count. I do 50k miles guaranteed a year and need a reliable daily driver.

    • @consumerreports | July 2, 2024 at 1:30 PM |

      “The new Camry has likely more problems than the outgoing model. But there are some brands and models that have been so reliable, that there is very little risk in buying the first one of the redesign. You’ll probably be fine with the new Camry. And yes, the Camry maintains reliability by making gradual small changes over time.” – Jake

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