What Does "Consumer Reports" Think of the New Lexus and Infiniti Sedans?

Toyota (NYSE: TM  ) and Nissan are licking their wounds after Consumer Reports published embarrassing reviews of the redesigned Lexus IS 250 and Infiniti Q50. What happened? Analysts Rex Moore and John Rosevear discuss the big diss in this segment of "Motor Money."

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  • Report this Comment On October 29, 2013, at 12:16 PM, Torqueymonster wrote:

    As I recall, The Lexus was found to be underpowered. The Q50 is simply too new to be recommended yet. CR NEVER recommends the new model year, as there is too little data to support a "buy" rating yet. Nothing actually wrong with it. Nice non- article.

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