Just an idea I had after Consumer Reports proper turned the Audi we test drove into a Prius.
One day we were white-knuckle driving on the freeway in Oakland. The next day we were buzzing through Walnut Creek in an egg-shaped road appliance.
Yes, it’s good to buy things that work well. But does it matter that something works if it doesn’t also validate your existence?
Enter: Existential Consumer Reports.