For more than 20 years Consumer Reports had favored Japanese and European sedans over their American counterparts.
That all changed with the new Chevrolet Impala S model which Consumer Reports rated as best in class, even beating cars costing $20,000 more.
“It has been transformed from a woefully uncompetitive and outdated model that was to be avoided even as a free upgrade at the rental-car counter into a thoroughly modern and remarkably enjoyable vehicle,” said Consumer Reports.
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