The Impala's performance is one more indicator of an emerging domestic renaissance.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) August 27, 2013
Jim Ellis Chevrolet is pleased to announce the revamped 2014 Chevrolet Impala has established itself as a game-changer, taking the top position in Consumer Reports ratings held exclusively by Japanese and European models for the past two decades. It has earned an “excellent” score of 95 that places it not only at the top of its “Large Sedan” category, but also among the top-rated vehicles Consumer Reports has tested.
"The Impala's performance is one more indicator of an emerging domestic renaissance," said Jake Fisher, Director of Consumer Reports automotive testing. "We've seen a number of redesigned American models-including the Chrysler 300, Ford Escape and Fusion and Jeep Grand Cherokee deliver world-class performance in our tests."
It is no wonder the Impala has outscored luxury competitors costing as much as $20,000 or more. Its competitive 3.6-liter V6 engine gets 22 mpg, and Consumer Reports engineers felt the car rides like a luxury sedan with surprisingly agile handling. The spacious cabin sets a new standard for Chevrolet with its high quality materials, intuitive controls and roomy seating.
Drivers who want to experience the 2014 Impala for themselves can visit Jim Ellis Chevrolet in Atlanta. For more information, visit http://www.jimellischevrolet.com.
About Jim Ellis Chevrolet
Jim Ellis Chevrolet is Atlanta Chevy dealership located in Atlanta, GA and provides new Chevrolet cars, trucks and pre-owned certified vehicles to the Metro Atlanta area and beyond. Jim Ellis Chevrolet also has top-notch service and parts departments available for the upkeep of all GM vehicles. Jim Ellis Chevrolet is located just inside the perimeter on Peachtree Industrial Boulevard. Visit their website at http://www.jimellischevrolet.com for more details, including current inventory on all in-stock vehicles.
About Consumer Reports
Consumer Reports is the world's largest independent product-testing organization. Using its more than 50 labs, auto test center and survey research center, the nonprofit rates thousands of products and services annually. Founded in 1936, Consumer Reports has over 8 million subscribers to its magazine, website and other publications. Its advocacy division, Consumers Union, works for health reform, food and product safety, financial reform and other consumer issues in Washington, D.C., the states and in the marketplace.