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Impala, Cruze Listed in CR Top 10 Picks

Consumer Reports, one of the most trusted advocates for retail buyers, has added both the Chevy Impala and Cruz to its list of 10 Top Picks for 2017. The full-size Impala sedan has “roomy, supportive seats” and handling that is “responsive and secure.” The compact Chevy Cruz offers a “hushed, smooth-riding sedan that’s roomy enough to be a budget-friendly alternative to a mid-size car.” See why Chevrolet is the most awarded car company in America when you take a trip to Freeway Chevrolet.

Impala Absorbs Road Imperfections

The editors at Consumer Reports are enamored with the full-size Chevy Impala, saying the suspension provides a cloud-like ride that is usually associated with a much more expensive car. “Road imperfections are effectively absorved, resulting in a ride reminiscent of a pricier luxury sedan,” they wrote. “Sedan shoppers browsing upmarket choices would be wise to give this smart, competitively priced alternative serious consideration.” The Impala has plenty of room for five adults to stretch out their legs, adding to the comfort factor. Available 4G LTE Unlimited Wi-Fi allows all those passengers to stream their favorite music, watch videos or just stay in touch with the outside world. You’ll have your choice of a super-efficient 4 cylinder engine that delivers 30 mpg on the highway, or a more powerful V6 that still earns 28 mpg on the open road.

Cruz Outscores Civic and Corolla

Although the Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla have consistently been at the top of the pack in the compact car category, Consumer Reports puts the 2017 Chevy Cruze ahead of both those entries. Consumer Reports says the geniuses at Chevy somehow “put the Malibu and Impala in a shrink ray, reducing size but preserving the commendable driving manners and generous available features.” Although Chevy is coming out with a diesel option for the Cruze this year, Consumer Reports said their tests earned 47 mpg on the highway, adding, “it might not be worth waiting for the diesel engine.” Starting at just $16,975, the Cruze Sedan and Hatchback offer a unique combination of entertainment and technology. See why the Impala and Cruz are the top critics’ choices when you visit Freeway Chevrolet.

Cruze, Impala Offer Top Safety Features

Along with an ample supply of airbags and sturdy chassis construction, both the Chevy Cruze and Impala offer a number of driver assistance features to help avoid collisions. A rear view camera, forward collision alert, blind zone monitoring system and rear cross traffic alert are just a few of the sensor and camera-driven systems that will help you reach home safely.

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