The Impala corners quite well for a large car, with prompt turn-in response and controlled body lean.
With the release of Consumer Reports' latest road tests, the 2014 Chevrolet Impala becomes the highest scoring sedan in Consumer Reports ratings. A score of 95 puts the Impala at the top of all sedans and is the 3rd highest score that Consumer Report has ever awarded.
Consumer Reports' engineers found the Impala rides like a luxury sedan, with a cushy and controlled demeanor, while delivering surprisingly agile handling, capable acceleration, and excellent braking. The Impala corners quite well for a large car, with prompt turn-in response and controlled body lean. Steering is nicely weighted; it's light enough for parking maneuvers and provides decent feedback. When pushed to its handling limits, the Impala proved secure, responsive, balanced, and easy to control.
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