Detroit • The Chevrolet Impala, long the standard-bearer for mediocre cars from Detroit, has made an amazing turnaround.
Consumer Reports magazine has ranked the completely reworked 2014 version of the full-size car as its top U.S. sedan. It’s the first time in at least 20 years that a domestic brand has beaten out cars from Germany and Japan.
The new version, which began arriving in showrooms in April, scored 95 out of 100 points in the magazine’s testing to get an “Excellent” rating. Only two ...
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