2014 Impala Surpasses Safety Standards and Gets NHTSA Rating of Five-Stars
In today’s fast-paced market, it unfortunately seems that finding a quality product is more and more difficult. It doesn’t seem to matter if that product is as insignificant as a piece of chalk, or as costly as a new boat – true quality in a product is hard to come by. With the invention of social media, companies can no longer hide behind a curtain and expect consumers to simply tough it out when a product does not meet their expected standards. Everything is out in the open, and consumers have a louder voice than ever before. Chevrolet is a company that has taken notice of this, and is not compromising quality in any of its vehicles. There are literally thousands of cars in Cincinnati, yet it seems that the new 2014 Chevrolet Impala is one of those cars that has the highest of quality standards.
Not only has the complete redesign been popular with consumers and auto critics alike, it has most recently earned some pretty impressive safety ratings. In fact, the 2014 Impala has earned the highest score of five for safety from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), through their New Car Assessment Program. The re-worked version of the midsize sedan features traffic-sensing radar, cruise control that adapts car speed and can put the brakes on in situations such as stop-and-go traffic, crash-imminent braking, and lane departure warning. These are just a few of the many other safety features that have been packed into the 2014 Impala, and many of them are a first for Chevrolet.
When buying a car, it is imperative that the car is safe. The new Impala delivers the standard of safety that Chevrolet drivers have come to expect, and so much more. You can check out the crash-test video for the new Impala below.