I agree on the CR raters being biased. There is nothing good that VW or Jeep could (ever) do to give them glowing ratings from CR. Also, for years, they consistently placed the Toyota RAV4 in first place for midsize SUVs; now the Subaru Outback has suddenly taken over that reward.It surprises me that these guys don't acknowledge how polarizing Tesla's are. I know a number of people that just hate Tesla's, because of their "change for the sake of change" approach that these guys are criticizing VW for in this conversation. Tesla's single off center control screen you have to look away from the road to see— the hidden door handles that unfamiliar people can't get to work— the interior door handles that trap unfamiliar people inside, etc. The whole time I was listening to this I kept getting the feeling they all own Tesla's. If all the controls in my ID.4 worked well, I wouldn't have any problem with those changes at all. The reviewers all seem to be willing to accept the radical changes Tesla introduced, but much less so in the VW. Consumer Reports always trumpets how unbiased their reviews are, but I've long felt the people doing the reviews are completely biased—even though they try to hide them.