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It also taught kids about deceitful marketing practices practiced by advertising agencies. The magazine folded in Consumer Reports' predecessor, Consumers' Research , was founded in Kallet, an engineer and director of Consumers' Research, had a falling out with F.
Schlink and started his own organization with Amherst College economics professor Colston Warne. In part due to actions of Consumers' Research, the House Un-American Activities Committee placed Consumers Union on a list of subversive organizations, only to remove it in Prominent consumer advocate Ralph Nader was on the board of directors, but left in due to a "division of philosophy" with new Executive Director Rhoda Karpatkin.
Prior to , the organization did business as Consumers Union. In its testing they found the possibility of these models developing an oscillatory yaw as a result of a sudden violent input to the steering; the manufacturer claimed that "Some do, some don't" show this behavior, but it has no "validity in the real world of driving".
In a issue of CR, the magazine tested the Nissan Murano crossover utility vehicle. Consumer Reports did not recommend the vehicle because of a problem with its power steering, even though the vehicle had above-average reliability.
The specific problem was that the steering would stiffen substantially on hard turning. Consumer Reports recommended the model, which addressed this problem.
Toyota temporarily suspended sales of the vehicle, and after conducting its own test acknowledged the problem. A recall for the vehicle was issued, and the vehicle passed a Consumer Reports re-test. This led to the discovery of a bug in the Safari web browser , which was promptly fixed by Apple, via a software update. Within days, Tesla issued a remote software update. Consumer Reports has fought these cases vigorously. Consumers Union of United States, Inc. Suzuki sued in after the Samurai was again mentioned in a CR anniversary issue.
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