Tesla's new Model X hybrid — and its mark bird of prey wing entryways — weighed vigorously on the choice.
"The Model X propelled with bottomless issues, including incessant breakdowns of the hawk wing entryways, water holes, and infotainment and atmosphere control framework issues," noticed a discharge from Consumer Reports."
In a remark to CNBC, Consumer Reports' Director of Automotive Testing Jake Fisher said, "The Model X out of the door is extremely risky. A considerable measure of the issues need to do with the mind boggling entryways. The bird of prey wing entryways are somewhat of a precarious situation."
Tesla has earned lauded from Consumer Reports some time recently. One form of the Model S, the P85D, earned the most elevated score conceivable, performing preferable on the gathering's tests over some other auto before it. Indeed, even around then, in any case, Consumer Reports communicated worries about the Model S's unwavering quality.
Be that as it may, the Model S picked up this year, enhancing to a normal dependability rating.
Buyer Reports positions Tesla close base for unwavering quality