Friday, April 09, 2010

it does something


I don't know if they mean "reports" is the name of the magazine, I suppose if they do then it's appropriate. Otherwise it must be some kind of hearsay. Thanks, Bata.

4 comments:

fbw4 said...

I think the "tops" rather than "top" suggests that it takes Hyundai and Subaru together to top Toyota.

Also, I find it interesting that a person too far away to read the smaller print would think this was a Hyundai, Subaru and Toyota dealership. Maybe it is, but I doubt Toyota dealers would try to denigrate Toyota.

Mike said...

Hmmm. The magazine that tests products and has "reports" in its name does not allow you to advertise its ratings. Very sneaky.

toep said...

If the 'top consumer magazine' is Reports, why haven't i heard of it? Mayabe it's Austrailian or something...

Joe said...

I'm with Mike @9/4 6:41 PM. This isn't really an UQM. Consumers Union (publisher of Consumer Reports magazine) has tended to sue people for trademark infringement if you cite their favorable review of your product, alleging that the product manufacturer is falsely implying sponsorship by Consumers Union. Leaving aside the merits of such a suit, this is a cute way of suggesting that Consumer Reports gave their cars a good rating without coming out and saying it. Awesome blog tho I'm glad I found it. Best, Joe