Get ready for class, style and sophistication in one package. The newly refined 2014 Chevrolet Impala is described as having a “Camaro-esque” appearance, while maintaining the comfort of a sports Sedan.
You’ll be able to test drive the 10th generation 3.6-liter Impala soon, as it makes its debut this month. Much of the redesign from the previous model focuses on the Impala’s interior. Featuring light blue ambient lighting and even more legroom, it is much more sophisticated than the current model.
James Bond fans will appreciate this next feature. The center console includes an 8-in. touch screen with a secret compartment for your valuables. Just push a button on the screen and it lifts to reveal a storage cubicle, which also includes a USB port. To keep your items safe from theft, you can lock the compartment by typing in a security code on the screen.
The V-6 engine goes from zero to 60 in approximately 6.8 seconds, and EPA-estimated mileage gives it 19 mpg city driving and 29 mpg on the highway. It’s said to have a surprisingly “library quiet” cabin and is spacious enough for those over 6 ft. tall to ride comfortably.
Available safety features include adaptive cruise control, lane-departure warning, four-direction alerts, automatic collision-avoiding brakes and a backup camera. All models include 10 standard airbags throughout the cabin.
Two additional 2014 Impala models will be released later in the year—a 2.5-liter by early summer, and a 2.4-liter shortly thereafter.
The latest Impala has a steeper price tag attached to it than previous versions, but all of the aforementioned features make it well worth it. The car comes in LS, LT and LTZ trims, ranging from a base price of $26,725 (the LS) to $35,770 (the LTZ).
The 2014 Impala debuts Chevrolet’s latest MyLink infotainment system, which incorporates Bluetooth, voice recognition software and touch screen technology. MyLink comes standard on LT and LTZ models.
Visit www.chevrolet.com to get more information on the all-new 2014 Chevrolet Impala.