GM enthusiasts, and even domestic car enthusiasts as a whole, feel that Consumer Reports has a certain bias toward Japanese cars. So it’s nice to see a change of pace, and see the publication give praise to the 2014 Chevrolet Impala, which scored 95 points out of 100 in its evaluations — the highest of any American car powered by gasoline. Only the Tesla Model S has scored higher, with a near-perfect 99 out of 100 points.
In addition to being the top-ranked full-size sedan in its class, the all-new Impala is also the first American car to top its full-size sedan rankings in 20 years. Here’s to more upset victories by Chevy.