Now in its tenth generation, the all-new Chevrolet Impala has received a much-appreciated facelift that restores Chevy’s flagship sedan to its former glory. Unapologetically large, the Impala proves that full-size sedans can be both athletic and stylish. Our Crystal Red Impala 2LTZ’s 3.6-liter, direct-injected V6 had no problem propelling the nearly two-ton sedan, offering 305 horsepower and 264 pound foot of torque.The Impala provides a smooth and quiet ride — that is, until the eleven-speaker Bose sound system is activated. Chevy’s MyLink infotainment system is an intelligent assistant, boasting 3-D navigation, voice recognition software and the capacity for up to ten Bluetooth devices and 1,000 contacts.
The Chevrolet Impala Sedan is built with 17 percent parts from Mexico and an engine made in Canada, and is assembled in Canada. Is it NAFTA at work? It also contains all the contemporary creature comforts, technology and safety. To boot, its interior is rather luxurious and the car has a solid feel. Our tester came with the optional LTZ level comfort and convenience package.
Spacious front and rear seating, as well as a cavernous trunk, make the Impala great for getaways with the entire family. The classic is back, America; look out for Chevy Impalas flocking to roadways.