It's well known that Tesla owners tend to show a lot of love for the electric automaker, which often tops lists that rank car brands based on owner satisfaction.
In fact, Tesla's Model 3 compact sedan is so beloved by its owners that Consumer Reports, the product-testing consumer advocacy group, has named the vehicle the "most satisfying car" on the market. Consumer Reports recently ranked the 10 most satisfying car models based on the results of surveys of more than half a million car owners to find "the models that bring their owners joy" (Netflix sensation Marie Kondo might even say they "spark joy").
At the top of that list is Tesla's Model 3, which Consumer Reports notes is a competitor of sedans like the Audi A4 and BMW's 3 Series. Consumer Reports found that 92 percent of Tesla Model 3 owners would "definitely" buy the car again if they had to "do it all over again."
The Model 3 just edged out the likes of the Porsche 911 luxury sports car, Hyundai's Genesis G90 and the Chevrolet Corvette, which rounded out the top four vehicles in the Consumer Reports ranking of most satisfying car models. But, Tesla's Model S luxury sedan snagged the fifth spot, with Consumer Reports describing the car's performance as "exceptional".