Do Automakers Gift Cars to Consumer Reports for Testing? – MotorBiscuit

Consumer Reports is one of the oldest and most trusted names in testing and reviewing cars. The organization is known for its thorough reviews that measure facts such as a vehicle’s reliability and whether it is worth the money for consumers. One question that some readers might have about Consumer Reports, though, is how the organization acquires all of the vehicles that it reviews. 

Front angle view of red 2023 Ford Maverick pickup truck, the cheapest new Ford car
2023 Ford Maverick | Ford

How does Consumer Reports acquire its vehicles?

According to Consumer Reports, the organization purchases each car that it reviews. This means that the team at Consumer Reports purchases more than 50 cars a year for review.


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