2013 Cadillac ATS first drive from Consumer Reports

A rare clean-sheet design from GM, the Cadillac ATS takes aim at the big selling BMW 3-Series sports sedan. Consumer Reports sizes up the battle between a pair of surprisingly even-matched rivals. Read our blog for more details on the 2013 Cadillac ATS: http://bit.ly/Ty1D1c

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Sure, the electric Tesla Model S is the top-scoring car in Consumer Reports ratings, and their owners love them. But over 15,000 miles of driving, the Model S we bought has had more than a few problems. We talk about those issues, public reaction, and what it all means. Next we discuss another electric car, the BMW i3. It's unlike any BMW you've ever seen. Bringing things back to more "normal" cars, we introduce our 2015 Subaru Outback test car. Subaru's been listening, because they fixed a lot of the shortcomings in previous Outbacks. Finally, we answer whether a first-time new car buyer should get an Outback and plan ahead for kids.




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