Consumer Reports and CARFAX Join Forces To Help Buyers Get 'Better, Safer Deals'
ConsumerReports.org and CARFAX on April 30 announced a content distribution agreement that will give all CARFAX visitors the opportunity to access a wide variety of free Consumer Reports used-car buying advice and information.Additionally, visitors to CARFAX can order subscriptions to www.ConsumerReports.org, which says its ratings are based on extensive expert testing of a model's performance. According to ConsumerReportse.org, its reliability data is based on repair experience reports from thousands of CR subscribers surveyed each year."This arrangement enables CARFAX to provide its visitors with a full picture; trusted, unbiased automotive information that can help consumers make better decisions, as well as detailed vehicle histories," said CARFAX Vice President Scott Fredericks. "We're pleased to be able topresent visitors to CARFAX with an exhaustive, one-stop source for locating car-buying information on the Web."