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Tesla Model S ties highest ever Consumer Reports rating

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Thursday, May 09, 2013

LA Times: The Tesla Model S received a 99 of 100 rating from Consumer Reports.

In the past, the Lexus LS has also achieved a score of 99.

But the Tesla still has too limited a history on the road to earn it CR's equally coveted "Recommended Buy" rating.

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