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Tesla Smart Summon; 2020 Hyundai Palisade Test Results | Talking Cars with Consumer Reports #224

Tesla’s latest vehicle software update includes a feature called Smart Summon. We talk about the use and effectiveness of this autonomous feature and share our experiences of how it performed on our Model 3. Plus, we completed testing on the 2020 Hyundai Palisade, find out how it stacks up against its sister SUV, the Kia Telluride. And, we answer audience questions about head-gasket replacement, run-flat winter tires and Autobahn-worthy convertibles.


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00:28 — Tesla’s Smart Summon Feature
08:17 — 2020 Hyundai Palisade
14:43 — Question #1: Should I replace the head casket on my older Subaru?
18:15 — Question #2: Are regular winter tires better than run-flat winter tires?
20:40 — Question #3: Autobahn-worthy convertible?


Tesla’s Smart Summon Performance Doesn’t Match Marketing Hype

2020 Hyundai Palisade Is Packed With Features and Refinement

2020 Kia Telluride Ready to Meet Family Needs

2018 LA Auto Show: 2020 Hyundai Palisade

2019 Detroit Auto Show: 2020 Kia Telluride

2018 Tesla Model 3 Quick Drive

Tesla Model 3 360 Track Tour

2016 Tesla Model X Quick Drive


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32 Комментариев для “Tesla Smart Summon; 2020 Hyundai Palisade Test Results | Talking Cars with Consumer Reports #224”

  1. Telluride is much better looking but you get more value from the Palisade speaking of top trims/packages as I've driven both. If I could get the Telluride for less than the Palisade I might forgo the extras that the Palisade offers (power 3rd row, digital IP, etc) but as you mentioned the Telluride is at MSRP or above while you can get a couple grand off on the Palisade.

    Of course Kia dealers did the same on the Stinger and now you can get them for $10k off…

  2. I suppose I would focus on the base model Palisade. That way you get the benefit of the smaller 18" wheels, while enjoying the superior headlights. Also I prefer a plain NON leather wrapped steering wheel, which is standard on base model Palisade, whereas every Telluride trim level has a leather steering wheel.

  3. I don’t know what Subaru’s problem with head gasket failure is, but Subies are not the first ones to have pancake engines, I had a ‘65 Corsair with 237K miles that didn’t have head gasket problems. VW had millions of pancakes and I don’t recall them having head gasket problems.

  4. I guess the reason smart summon works for me all of the time is because I use it as an aid rather than sitting in one place waiting for the car to come to me.

    Here is how I use smart summon, I get my groceries and as I am leaving, I hold smart summon. The car then comes out of the parking spot and heads to me, as I walk towards it, I meet it wherever we end up, I hop in and drive off. It’s smooth, no waiting, no jitters no worrying. I put the car in drive and go.

  5. These guys aren't being realistic.. First of all I have the self parking feature I use it almost always 90% of the time when I have to parallel park. Second, what's the alternative.. Company's not develop features? These guys are living in the past.. They belong to an age and it's showing.. time to bring in some new perspective to CR. I can welcome the critique but their criticism just doesn't feel right may be give a different perspective

  6. Smart summon, how I use it daily. Walking to car, start summon, car pulls out and meets me. It's faster, safer (better vantage point outside car), and more convenient (plenty of room to open door and hop in). I don't summon to curb and wait; but can see it would be helpful for people with handicaps.

  7. If anyone has ever paid attention to tire specs, lower profile tires of the same width from the same manufacturer and model, tend to have less contact patch than a tire with a taller sidewall.

  8. Subaru, watch the Scotty Kilmer video "How to Test a Blown Head Gasket in Your Car" on how to do a block leak test (Amazon — B06VVBSFTF). If it passes troll Subaru forums and see if you should have someone replace the head gasket before it blows.

  9. Lots of misinformation in this video. They both can be had with 18" or 20" wheels. The push button shifter frees up the space under the center console for storage (no gimmicky or solving nothing). We drove the Telluride and the Hyundai top models and picked the Palisade for the push button 3rd row, more upscale feel, self-leveling suspension standard on the limited, digital dash versus analog and frankly the fit/finish was better on the Hyundai. The Telluride is definitely outsells no the Hyundai so it's definitely winning over more buyers.

  10. I own a Tesla with "Full Self Driving" (FSD) and am a TSLA shareholder but believe that CR is doing exactly what they should be doing by raising concerns that this is not a reliable system. CR is 100% right to call Tesla out for misleading consumers in its marketing of FSD. I expect nothing less from a consumer advocacy group. It doesn't matter that Tesla is doing something that will benefit mankind. That doesn't give them license to be misleading. Having said that, I DISAGREE that it should stop beta-testing these features. I just wish that it would call it what it is, an experiment. In this way, the consumer can make an informed decision when opting in. Anyone who has used these features will tell you it's more stressful than driving yourself. It feels more like being in a car with an unconfident, teen, student driver than a state-of-the-art AI driven system. Anyone who attributes the good safety stats to AutoPilot being a reliably safe system is very naive. It's safe because an attentive human driver is taking over control in the many situations it can't handle. However, I'm optimistic they'll figure it out in my lifetime and will be very happy if it happens before the end of my car's life. They can call it Full Self Driving once I can stop paying attention and leave my hands off the wheel. But until then, just call it a Very Good Driver Assist. I would still pay for it.

  11. Consumer Reports:
    Once again, it is the middle of the night and I am awoken by honking car locking. Over and over and over. ….What on Earth is the Auto Industry thinking using such inconsiderate mindless antiquated technogy? It doesn't just wake me up. It wakes kids up and wreaks havoc for those of us with serious health issues. I'm a stroke survivor and cardiac patient. …What about people with Ptsd, Insomnia, Hypertension, and Migraines? Again I ask WHAT IS THE AUTO INDUSTRY THINKING??? It is 2019 and this is the dinosaur technology they use?
    PLEASE CR help us remove this technology! Something else needs to take its place to let people know their cars are locked and armed. Urgently! Thank you.

  12. In person the Palliside and Telluride look ugly. The Kia and Hyundai badges don’t help, making them look cheap. Tesla is overrated. A company that rushes production and has a lot of quality and reliability issues. I’d rather invest my money in a Toyota or Lexus.

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