Tesla recommended by critical consumer magazine

Consumer Reports has given Tesla's Model 3 its recommendation after the EV manufacturer's quick and unusual solution for the models braking problems.

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The independent US consumer magazine Consumer Reports has changed its stance on Teslas' Model 3. The magazine now gives its recommendation of the new model after Tesla fixed the model's braking problems.

Consumer Reports originally withheld its recommendation of the Model 3, because stopping distance was too long as well as certain other details that left the magazine unsatisfied.

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