Every year an estimated 648,000 people in the U.S. develop infections during a hospital stay and about 75,000 die.
“The companies should be willing to step up and take responsibility for their products,” said Mark Rechtin, the magazine’s cars content team leader.
The Tesla Model S electric sedan is Consumer Reports’ top pick in this year’s automotive rankings.
Seven in 10 say “too many crowds” is the biggest reason they won’t be shopping on Black Friday.
The all new Chevy Silverado has taken the number one spot in Consumer Reports rankings of pickup trucks, but just barely. It edged out what had been the segment leader, the Ram 1500.
The first American sedan in 20 years to earn Consumer Reports’ top score is the Chevrolet Impala.
The Model S, which starts at $62,400, scored 99 points on a scale of 100 in the magazine’s battery of tests.
Toyota Prius has been named by Consumer Reports as the best overall value for the automotive dollar in its annual Best New-Car Value analysis.
Tis’ the season to be jolly? That may be so for most Americans, but there’s still plenty about the holiday season that drives them batty.
General Motors saw improvements in the latest Consumer Reports reliability study, with Chrysler slipping and Ford falling to next-to-last.