Extensive Redesign for Chevy’s Staple Sedan
The Chevy Impala was the “it” car back in the day. An iconic, affordable full-size sedan that you were guaranteed to see several times as soon as you pulled out of any driveway across suburban America.
Chevy Impala: Still Going Strong
Today the 2014 Chevy Impala is still at the top of its game: it’s been America’s best-selling full-size sedan since 2004. With a brand new bumper-to-bumper redesign, the car pleases longtime Impala lovers and wins over first time fans, too.
I had the opportunity to spend some time checking out the new 2014 Impala during the TravelingMom.com retreat at Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando. The Chevy folks brought a fleet of vehicles (Suburbans, Tahoes, and Camaros – oh my!) for us to get up close and personal – and that’s exactly what I did.
I drove the Impala and I played the passenger, too. I was a backseat driver and grilled the Chevy folks about its new look, its new features and what makes it so special.
Before you take a peek inside and hear the answers for yourself here’s a quick rundown of what revved me up about the new Impala and what you need to know.
What We Loved
The brand new look
The interior space – plenty of front and back leg room
Large trunk + fold down backseats
The smooth ride with lots of pick-up
Ten standard air bags, including driver and front passenger knee airbags
OnStar – especially the Family Link and emergency features
What You Need to Know
EPA Fuel Economy 19 city, 29 highway
3.6L direct-injection V-6 with six-speed automatic transmission
Six months OnStar included
Note: Chevy provided the car for my review. Opinions are all my own.