One-Owner, 3.6L V6, Heated Leather Seats, RearView Camera, Remote Start, Adaptive Cruise Control, Blind-Spot Monitoring, Lane-Departure Alert, Power Driver’s Seat, Bluetooth Connectivity, 60/40 Split-Folding Rear Seats, 6-speaker AM/FM/CD system with USB/auxiliary inputs and 4.2-inch color display, 18”Alloy Wheels, Old Blue Eyes Metallic and only 34,555 kms
The Chevrolet Impala arrived in all-new form last year, wearing a sharp new suit and boasting an interior filled with technology and creature comforts. With the revamp, the Impala gained a new lease on life and again became a standout in the waning full-size sedan segment that includes the Dodge Charger, Ford Taurus and Toyota Avalon.
The optional 3.6-liter V6 gives the Impala both praiseworthy fuel economy and the highest horsepower number of any naturally aspirated V6 in the segment. Its quicker-than-you’d-guess 0-to-60-mph time of 6.8 seconds is just one indication that the V6-powered Impala feels powerful in any situation. The Impala offers luxurious comfort and quiet. The suspension employs MacPherson struts up front and a 4-link rear setup that translates to a highly comfortable and refined road-going experience.
The Chevy Impala may be considered a mainstream vehicle, but inside it feels more like a premium or even luxury sedan. Cabin materials are attractive and upscale. The large dash is notable for its flowing, well-executed design. Upper-trim models boast leather seats, soft trim and a touch-screen command system in the center dash. Unlike some rivals, Chevy’s big sedan doesn’t feel the need to make all controls touch-oriented. Settings for climate, volume, fan speed and the like are easily changed with buttons and dials. We found the front seats comfortable and attractive. Rear-seat legroom is excellent.
If you’re looking for a big, comfortable 5-passenger family sedan with style, technology and value, the 2015 Chevy Impala should top your list.