Consumer Reports new Auto Reliability Survey came out Tuesday and it took a swing at Tesla's public image.
It predicted quote "owning a Tesla is likely to involve a worse than average overall problem rate." This follows Consumer Reports giving Tesla's Model S its highest rating two months ago.
The biggest problems with Teslas include: charging equipment, body rattling and sunroof leaks.
Consumer Reports adds 97 percent of Tesla owners say they'd buy another Tesla.
Recent Consumer Reports survey highlights issues with Tesla cars
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