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1-Year Consumer Reports Magazine

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Consumer Reports has 1-Year Consumer Reports Magazine on sale for $12.

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Wife got email from CR with this offer, which we used. Passed on to someone else and it worked for them so hoping it will work for anyone. One full year including "the Auto Issue, the digital Buying Guide, and more."

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Just found out recently that our library has a digital consumer report for free
People old enough to remember the once popular Suzuki Samurai will think, "That's the car that had rollover problems."

Except it didn't. Consumer Reports fabricated testing because one of their employees (who was related to one of their high up execs) got into an accident with one.

Consumer Reports tested the Samurai with their normal set of tests and it did awesome. Great safety rating.

So they kept changing the course with more severe swerves until they finally created a situation where any typical car should tip.

But it still wouldn't tip.

The exec demanded that no one leave until they had footage of that car tipping.

So they went faster and faster until 47 times later they got the wheels to come off the ground. They released the video of that without audio. (In the lawsuit years later, the video with audio came out, and the execs can be heard celebrating in the video that they finally got it to tip.)

Once they created the footage, they released a public statement saying the Samurai was unsafe to drive. Everyone believed them, and Suzuki sales tanked in the U.S. (And never recovered.)

And to this day, people still think Suzuki had a rollover problem.
Consumer reports have gotten pretty bad I wouldn't take their reviews without at least one corroborating source. A lot of their stuff has a lot of assumptions based on prior data not on actual real world tests.

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