The Tesla Model S has managed to top the Consumer Reports buyer survey for a second year in a row.

The Tesla Model S has managed to top the Consumer Reports buyer survey for a second year in a row.

The annual owner-satisfaction survey conducted by Consumer Reports covers 350,000 cars from 1-3 years old and for the second year the Tesla Model S has topped the ratings. 98 percent (down from last year's 99) of those who purchased the all-electric sedan would do it again as they appreciate its drivability, style, fuel economy, low maintenance & repair costs as well as its cargo space.

In second place came the Chevrolet Corvette Stingray with a 95 percent satisfaction while the Porsche Boxster/Cayman duo secured third spot with a 91 percent rating. Consumer Reports says more than 280 models were rated in the survey and the average satisfaction rate was of approximately 70 percent while only four cars were rated below 50 percent by their owners.

Here are all winners based on segment:

Sporty cars: Chevrolet Corvette Stingray (95 percent)

Small SUVs: Subaru Forester (83 percent)

Luxury mid-size/large: Mercedes-Benz E-Class Diesel (88 percent)

Mid-size: Mazda6 (81 percent)

Pickup trucks: Ford F-250 / F-350 Diesel (80 percent)

Luxury mid-size/large SUVs: Porsche Cayenne (87 percent)

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