It is the Chevrolet Impala is a full-size car aimed at those seeking the best in luxury and comfort. The Impala first came out in the year 1958. The 2014 model is the 10th generation of the vehicle.
The Chevrolet Impala has moved away from the cheap, boring and uninspiring quality and performance of the ninth generation of the vehicle. Instead, the owners will are treated to a modern, efficient and comfortable car that is sure to provide them with a great experience regardless of whether they commute to work or on an excursion on a weekend.
Trims and Pricing
Chevrolet produces Impala. Chevrolet offers the Impala with three models: LS, LT and LTZ. LS models come with standard features like keyless entry, auto headlights and 18-inch steel wheels. They also have air climate control, cruise control power-adjustable driver’s seat and power locks as well as power windows, a trip computer as well as a tilt and telescoping wheel. It also comes with an OnStar the emergency system for telematics, Bluetooth connectivity, and a sound system featuring six speakers satellite radio CD player HD radio, an additional inputs, an iPod/USB interface, and an 4.2-inch screen with color. The Convenience package can be added as an option. It includes folding rear headrests that fold with rear parking sensors as well as cargo nets for the trunk. LT models include standard features that include 18-inch alloy wheels and dual zone climate control as well as heated side mirrors. the shift knob is wrapped in leather, as well as the steering wheel Bluetooth streaming music, an eight-inch touch display that includes MyLink infotainment system, as well as the SD card slot. 1LT models are equipped with the V6 engine with four cylinders, while 2LT models have the V6. A variety of packages are available as an option on the LT. A redesigned model of the Convenience Package has the same features as that of the LS package, and includes the reverse-view camera and remote as well as parking sensors. The Safety package comes with collision warning blind spot monitoring and an alert for rear-cross traffic system. The Premium Seating package includes seat heaters as well as simulated suede upholstery. The Navigation package is equipped with the navigation system, as well as keyless ignition/entry. The Wheel package includes 19-inch wheels. Customers can also opt for a sunroof as the only option that is stand-alone. LTZ models include everything that’s available as standard and an option on the LT model, except for the navigation system, which comes as an additional option. 1LZ models are also equipped with the four-cylinder engine and are available with a sunroof, which is an optional feature. 2LZ models come with the V6 engine, and the sunroof is standard. All models come with leather upholstery. The optional equipment is adaptive cruise control 20-inch wheels as well as an Comfort and Convenience package which includes heated steering wheel as well as ventilated front seats. auto-dimming mirrors and the ability to set driver memory settings. The Impala includes an invoice for factory service of approximately $30k in the case of an LS model, and an MSRP of around $31,000. In addition, the LT trim level adds around $1,000 to the MSRP, while the LTZ is an additional $9,000. As a member, you can go to your Certified Dealer with confidence that you’ll receive an upfront price that will guarantee savings
Engine and Performance
The standard engine in the Impala is an 2.5-liter four-cylinder that generates the equivalent of 195 horsepower and 187 pounds of torque. The engine that is available used in LT or LTZ models is one that is a 3.6-liter V6, which pumps up 305 horsepower, and 226 pounds-feet of torque. A front-wheel-drive system and six-speed auto transmission are available with the engine. Estimates of fuel economy from the EPA for vehicles with an engine that is V6 range from 18 to 28 mpg in the city and 28 mpg on the highway. If you have 2.5-liter engines 2.5-liter engine, the estimates increase to 21 mpg in the city 31, 31 mpg highway, and 25 mpg when combined.
With the brand new version of Impala, the Impala, Chevrolet has turned into a brand new look that offers a extravagant interior. The gauges cluster to the middle of the console and stack looks sleek and contemporary, and has an easy-to-use layout and makes finding the controls an easy task. It is a simple and easy to use system. MyLink system features an intuitive user interface that makes it easy, particularly if know how some of the most popular modern smartphones function. But, at times, the system can get sluggish which requires patience from drivers and front-seat passengers. The display also displays images of the rearview camera however, the quality of the video is quite low and blurry. The system allows navigator to be programed, or phones to be attached to an infotainment systems while the vehicle is moving in the event that seat sensors detect there is a person on the passenger seat to prevent distracted driving. Chevrolet also extended the wheelbase of the car to provide ample legroom for adults who are tall to comfortably sit in the rear or front seats. The seats are at the top of the normal in terms of comfort and support. Additionally, the rear seats feature an 80/40 split that can be folded down to open the trunk. In the trunk it has 18.8 cubic inches of cargo space which is plenty for a car that is even full-sized.