Just got it on my iPad, and there is an article on Fuel-efficient vehicles, including the CT.
There were 22 cars tested and scored in this article, with 5 of those written up in more detail, including the CT. The highest score was 80 (Hyundai Elantra) and the lowest was 54 (Honda Insight). The CT200h was not on the recommended list even though the Corolla and Kia Forte scored the same 71, they were on the recommended list, and the Mazda3 as well with a score of 70. The only reason I can think of that it was not recommended despite the score was that the predicted reliability data was insufficient since it is new.It's cool knowing that the CT gets the highest overall score, and I get that pasting chunks of the review is truly uncool, but what's the gist? 71 doesn't sound all that high on CR's scale of 100, so what's the general story?
Ya, wasn't recommended due to being too new. But it scored pretty well despite the complaints (constrained seats... Bite me CR!)