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Consumer Reports magazine won't recommend Tesla Incs compact Model 3 because of the electric cars long stopping distances and difficult-to-use controls.

In a review, the magazine, which once gave the larger Tesla Model S its highest rating ever, said the Model 3's 60 miles per hour stopping distance of 152 feet was "far worse than any contemporary car we've tested." It took 7 feet more that Ford Motor Co.'s F-150 full-size pickup.



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Consumer Reports Fails To Recommend Model 3 Over Poor Brakes And Difficult Controls

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