The Chevrolet Impala Sedan is a front wheel drive that's engine puts out a health 300 horsepower and 262 pound-feet of torque. The Chevrolet Impala Sedan averages 18 miles per gallon city and 30 mpg highway and 22 mpg combined. Safety features in the Chevrolet Impala Sedan include traction and stability control, antilock brakes, side curtain airbags, front side airbags, and OnStar telematics. The Chevrolet Impala Sedan received a top ranking of "Good" in both side impact tests and frontal offset test by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. As its roof strength test, the Chevy received the second-best rating of "Acceptable".
Another plus of the Chevrolet Impala Sedan is its suspension which definitely it get a plus for ride comfort. Driving behind the wheel of the vehicles gives you somewhat mixed emotions. The new 300 horsepower V6 engine definitely is an upgrade. The added horsepower definitely delivers competitive acceleration. Inside the vehicle, you will definitely feel a comfortable rid. However, the handling of the vehicle definitely could be improved and a bit more refined. Bottom line, the Chevy Impala is once again a reliable Chevy, and the revised front and rear design definitely are a welcome, as it has been six years six the Impala was updated. Definitely, the three trim levels is an added bonus to the line, as true Impala sedan lovers can have a upgraded vehicle, and those on a lower budget can also get behind the wheel of the vehicle.
For a sedan, the Chevrolet Impala Sedan is competitively priced with the LS model starting at MSRP $25,645, the LT model starting at MSRP $27,170 and the LTZ model starting at MSRP $30,185. Definitely in the price range of its competitors and a price that is reasonable for a full sized sedan. Overall, the Chevrolet Impala Sedan has reached retirement and with that said there are a number of vehicles that offer much more bang for the buck including the Chrysler 300, Buick Lacrosse and Volkswagen Passat.