Consumer Reports has recently recognized the 2014 Chevrolet Impala as the most improved re-engineered or redesigned vehicle model that they have tested.
Based on the information provided by the magazine, the 2014 Chevrolet Impala has just obtained an overall test score of 95 which eventually allowed it to occupy the top spot of the most improved redesign car model list that Consumer Reports have created for this year. The said score also reflects a 32-point increase in score that the Impala has obtained in the previous year when the vehicle only got the rating of 63 out of 100 points.
When asked to comment regarding the significant increase in the overall test score of the 2014 Chevrolet Impala, Consumer Reports stressed that Chevrolet was quite successful in transforming the vehicle from an outdated and inferior car rental option into a contemporary, comfortable, roomy and fun to drive car. The magazine also hinted that with a score as high as 95, the 2014 Chevrolet Impala might actually be considered as one of the best cars in the world right now.
Aside from revealing the actual results of the tests that they have conducted on almost every redesigned car model in the market, Consumer Reports has also explained that the overall scores that all of the models that were subjected to tests were obtained from the results of more than 50 road tests and evaluations that the magazine has conducted.
Such evaluations looked upon the emergency handling capabilities of each model, their fuel economy, braking control, acceleration performance and interior features. Thus, the results of the tests could be considered as a more comprehensive way of looking at the improvements that each redesigned car models in the market have achieved.
Finally, Consumer Reports has also revealed that aside from the 2014 Chevrolet Impala, there are still a number of redesigned car models such as the Hyundai Accent Hatchback, Audi A6, and the Land Rover LR4 that were also able to obtain the best improvements. The Hyundai Accent Hatchback obtained the overall score of 72 for 52 last year, the Audi A6 got the score of 93 from 79 last year and the Land Rover LR4 got the ratings of 73 from 60 last year.