Elon Musk responds to Consumer Reports’ negative rating of Tesla Model S

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    Tesla CEO Elon Musk today tweeted out a response to Consumer Reports’ negative reliability rating of his company’s flagship all-electric sedan, the Model S P85D.

    Consumer Reports gave the $104,000 electric car a “worse-than-average” rating in its latest report about the predicted reliability of new vehicles based on a user survey that included more than 1,400 owners. Owners complained about problems with the drivetrain, power equipment, charging equipment, the giant iPad-like center console, and squeaks, leaks and rattles with the body and sunroof.

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