$TSLA (Bloomberg) -- Consumer Reports’ latest auto-reliability survey has a sobering message for owners of the newest electric vehicles: You’re likely going to have some gripes. Tesla Inc.’s new Model Y crossover failed to get a recommendation from the nonprofit because of what it described as “basic” manufacturing flaws such as misaligned body panels and mismatched colors. One owner even reported finding human hair stuck in the paint job, Consumer Reports said in a statement about its member survey of more than 300,000 cars. Below-average reliability assessments for both the Y and Model S sedan put Tesla second from last in the magazine’s overall automotive ranking. Only the Model 3 sedan earned a coveted recommendation from Consumer Reports. The "world’s most valuable carmaker" ranked 25 out of 26 brands covered in the survey. bloombergquint.com/business...