Power Panoramic Sunroof with Sunshade, Heated Front Seats, Jet Black Leather Interior, Remote Start, Forward Collision Alert, Lane Departure Warning, Rear Vision Camera, Side Blind Zone Alert, Dual Zone Automatic Climate Control, Keyless Access & Keyless Push Button Start, AM/FM/XM/CD player with hidden storage behind the 8” LCD Touch Screen, Bluetooth for Phone, My Link™ Personal Media Connectivity with Voice Activated Technology, 60/40 Split Folding Rear Seat, 3.6L V6, Dual Stainless Steel Exhaust, Winter Wheels & Tires & 19” Aluminum Wheels, only 57,900 kms and Balance of Factory Warranty
The 2014 Chevrolet Impala is now a fully modern car, with a spacious, well-built cabin, a comfortable ride and a host of new tech features. It deserves consideration if you’re shopping for a full-size sedan.
The 10th generation of Chevy’s big sedan is built on a new platform shared with the Buick LaCrosse and Cadillac XTS. Not only is the 2014 Chevy Impala roomy, it finally has the composed ride and precise steering you expect in a modern sedan. Perhaps more importantly, the new Impala sheds its old personality — which was about as dynamic as a sweater vest — for bigger curves, bolder lines and a bit more length. Inside, designers have brought the Chevrolet Impala into the 21st century with a new dash and center stack design, quality materials and a touchscreen infotainment interface now expected of cars in this class.
The Impala’s cabin transformation is just as striking as its new exterior look. The dash and console design finally looks modern and sophisticated.
We’ve only had the chance to drive the 2014 Chevrolet Impala with the V6, but this is definitely the engine to get in a sedan. The Impala also delivers the comfortable ride you expect from a full-size sedan, and still feels planted to the road. In terms of handling, the 2014 Impala is capable around turns, and its steering is impressively precise. Overall, it’s a major upgrade over previous Impalas and a car that we’d be happy to take on a road trip.
MOTOR TREND: In a 2014 comparison among five full-size sedans, the 2014 Impala’s ride was praised, as we commented, “the Impala, while lighter on its feet than the 300, drew fans for its “American car” ride — well-composed and stable at the same time.” For the Impala, “a large rear seat and the second-best fuel efficiency also spell value with capital letters, and acceleration is just 0.1 second slower than the quickest car in this competition.”