2014 Chevrolet Impala
Long a sales juggernaut, the Chevrolet Impala has dutifully served as the brand’s primary full-size sedan in recent years. And while the last few generations have favored substance well over style, the 10th gen, 2014 Impala looks to even things out by packing plenty of both.
From bleak to sleek, the all-new Impala presents the premium look of a true brand flagship.
The exterior presents a more powerful stance on its longer, wider chassis, now the same one used by the Cadillac XTS. A more dynamic front fascia houses active grille shutters and available HID headlights; while the bulged hood and sloping roofline give the Impala some much needed character.
Inside, a completely rethought dash features a 4.2 inch display between gauges, and available Chevrolet MyLink through an 8 inch center touch screen. Soft touch materials, finely stitched upholstery, and even a power tilt/tele steering wheel, boost creature comfort, while active noise cancelation and premium sound absorbing materials keep noise at a hush.
There are three power-trains for Impala, with the carry over 3.6 liter V-6 now rated at 305 horsepower. A pair of Ecotec I-4’s also join the fray, including a new 195 horsepower 2.5 liter at the base level, and a 182 horsepower 2.4 liter, with Chevy’s eAssist light-hybrid system. All are mated to a six speed automatic.
On sale soon, the 2014 Chevrolet Impala starts around $28,000.
Engine: 3.6 liter V-6
Price: Starts around $28,000