Consumer Reports removed the Tesla sedans from their recommended list after discovering a few issues with the vehicle but both the Tesla Model 3 and Tesla Model S have regained their recommended status now.
The reports claimed that both models had their ratings revised to average as they continue to work on issues that the vehicles have. However, according to Jake Fisher from Consumer Reports, we might still see more changes in the future as Tesla’s reliability is known to change from time to time.
While things are looking great on the side of the sedans, Tesla might want to work on their Tesla Molde X as the vehicle is still rank as one of the least reliable models out there.
Consumer Report’s new recommended list did come with some new models but some of the older models that were in the list were also removed and that includes the Ford F-150.