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Tom Mutchler

Program Manager: User Interface

Consumer Reports

HQ Phone:  (914) 378-2000

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Consumer Reports

101 Truman Avenue

Yonkers, New York,10703

United States

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Consumer Reports is the world's largest and most trusted nonprofit, consumer organization working to improve the lives of consumers by driving marketplace change. Founded in 1936, Consumer Reports has achieved substantial gains for consumers on health reform, ... more

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Sr. Automotive Engineer Thomas Mutchler


The Best Compact Crossover SUV | The Wirecutter

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For this guide, I also consulted a few other automotive experts, including Joe Lorio, senior online editor at Car and Driver (and formerly with Automobile Magazine); Scott Burgess, Detroit editor at Motor Trend (formerly with The Detroit News); and Thomas Mutchler, program manager for vehicle interface at Consumer Reports.
Thomas Mutchler of Consumer Reports agrees: "Compact crossovers will replace the midsized sedan in many driveways because they can do more things. -Thomas Mutchler, Consumer Reports Do you need AWD? Thomas Mutchler of Consumer Reports told us, "Skip AWD if you live where it doesn't snow. That saves about $1,500 and will give 1-2 mpg better. But even in snowy areas, Mutchler thinks, AWD might not be necessary: "As with other cars, winter tires can help a lot in the snow. In addition, we consulted a few crossover experts, namely Joe Lorio, senior online editor at Car and Driver (and formerly with Automobile Magazine); Scott Burgess, Detroit editor at Motor Trend (and formerly with The Detroit News); and Thomas Mutchler, program manager for vehicle interface at Consumer Reports.


Specials | Coveys Used Auto Parts - Part 2

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"Tired and impatient, car buyers just want to get out of the dealership, often without becoming fully oriented with all of their new car's features," says Tom Mutchler, Consumer Reports' automotive human factors engineer.


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For this guide, I also consulted a few other automotive experts, including Joe Lorio, senior online editor at Car and Driver (and formerly with Automobile Magazine); Scott Burgess, Detroit editor at Motor Trend (formerly with The Detroit News); and Thomas Mutchler, program manager for vehicle interface at Consumer Reports.
Thomas Mutchler of Consumer Reports agrees: "Compact crossovers will replace the midsized sedan in many driveways because they can do more things. -Thomas Mutchler, Consumer Reports Do you need AWD? Thomas Mutchler of Consumer Reports told us, "Skip AWD if you live where it doesn't snow. That saves about $1,500 and will give 1-2 mpg better. But even in snowy areas, Mutchler thinks, AWD might not be necessary: "As with other cars, winter tires can help a lot in the snow. In addition, we consulted a few crossover experts, namely Joe Lorio, senior online editor at Car and Driver (and formerly with Automobile Magazine); Scott Burgess, Detroit editor at Motor Trend (and formerly with The Detroit News); and Thomas Mutchler, program manager for vehicle interface at Consumer Reports. Thomas Mutchler, Program Manager, Vehicle Interface at Consumer Reports, Interview FuelEconomy.gov, U.S. Department of Energy, Environmental Protection Agency


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Consumer Reports' Tom Mutchler likens it to a living room on wheels, meaning that talk about handling characteristics should not even start.


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