Long Island Chevrolet Impala Lease Deals
The Impala is Chevrolet's flagship sedan. It is currently Chevrolet's only full-size car and is as close as the manufacturer gets to an all-out luxury sedan. The Impala has undergone significant changes over the last decade. In 2014, it received a dramatic overhaul, both superficially and mechanically, leading to a much sleeker, more aggressive design and significant improvements over prior generations, both in performance and comfort. The Impala comes with two available engines. The first is a 2.5 liter, inline four-cylinder that produces 195 horsepower. This engine, while getting excellent gas mileage for its power production, leaves the big sedan a little sluggish on acceleration. The second engine option is a 3.6 liter V6, capable of producing 305 horsepower. This second option dramatically increases performance, making the Impala feel more like a compact sports car than a full-size family sedan. The 3.6L will propel the Impala from 0 to 60 in just over 6 seconds. It also doesn't penalize the owner too heavily on gas mileage, getting 22 miles per gallon in the city and 28 on the highway. Like other modern Chevrolet models, the interior can be described with one word: class. The engineers at Chevrolet must have done their homework, because the interior of the Impala is about the closest thing to perfection that an automobile can achieve. The seats are firm, yet comfortable. The central multi-purpose infotainment system is both easy to read and intuitive to use, more than can be said for the systems of other manufacturers. And the driving experience is excellent. The Impala uses a pair of unmissable analogue gauges to get the needed information to the driver's eyes quickly and without error. Despite its outward appearance as being on the small end of the full-size car range, the Impala features one of the roomiest interiors of any car in its class. With a back seat that will comfortably fit three adults, the Impala is up for any task, even long road trips with a full car. The Impala starts at just $27,000, giving a level of luxury that indicates a car worth far more than its price.