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2015 Chevy Impala Lease

$2429 Due at Signing

(Excludes tax, title, license and registration fees.) Includes Conquest Bonus Miles: 36,000

MSRP $29,920

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Chevy Impala Report
The redesigned Chevrolet Impala is inspiring and potent with over 300 horses. This lease offer gets you into a sedan with a gorgeous silhouette and comfort and cabin space. Finally, Chevrolet has designed a car that will appeal to its target audience. If there was ever a car that need a makeover is WAS the Impala. Wall Chevrolet has returned a great car that is stylish and sexy. What was previously a car capable of defining the anonymous word now has a unique and aggressive that even attracted some looks during our test style. The old Chevrolet Impala had no personality.
But in her new dress hides a car that can now compete on equal footing with the big names in its segment. These big names, these are the Toyota Avalon, Chrysler 300, Ford Taurus and Hyundai Genesis. All these models have been redesigned over the past two years and had to renew Chevrolet Impala in order to remain competitive.
Our test model was equipped with the 3.6 liter V6 engine developing 305 horsepower and 264 lb-ft of torque. On paper, the power seems high, but due to the heavy weight of the Impala, it proves just adequate.
This does not mean that the car lacks power, on the contrary. In fact, it responds quickly when you press the right pedal while dynamic when passing on the highway.
It is also possible to opt for a four-cylinder 2.5-liter engine with 196 horses meanwhile. Although we have not had the opportunity to evaluate this engine, it is certain that the acceleration and pickup are less inspiring. It turns out against more economical.
Whatever engine you choose, the only gearbox offered in the 2014 Impala is a 6-speed automatic. It carries out its work being forgotten, a feature that will be appreciated by consumers attracted this segment.
The 2014 Chevrolet Impala is a car that relies on comfort as main sales argument. Yes the car has a more aggressive shape this year and yes the performance aspect has been improved, but it remains that travel great distances without tiring its occupants is the primary objective.
The seats are soft and support the body well, even after several hours. On the highway, the quietness soothes passengers and the car, despite its imposing dimensions, remains nimble on the highway or in town.
It takes some time to get used to the modern central console, but we must give credit to Chevrolet to have kept the rotary controls for the audio system and air conditioning. It is easier to adjust the one or the other as in a Lincoln MKZ example.
In the best-equipped versions of the Chevrolet Impala, found some elements adorning significantly comforts such as heating, ventilated seats and air conditioning dual zone steering wheel.
Considering the purchase of a 2014 Chevrolet Impala is that we want a spacious car without necessarily want an SUV. At this level, the new Impala offers a roomier interior in terms of volume as the Avalon and Taurus, and compares well to other models in its segment also.
At the front, an open environment creates a sense of space that compliments the long haul. The only downside would be the headroom is not as generous for over 6 feet that offered by Avalon for example.
The chest displays a load volume of 532 liters, enough space to go on holiday with four people plus luggage for a few days.
It should not be expected to consume less 10.0 liters per 100 kilometers on average Impala equipped with the V6 engine. The dimensions of the model and engine power make the task impossible. That being said, this segment is not full of vehicles with an economic role, and only the Toyota Avalon Hybrid engine will remarkably better in terms of consumption.
Our test week resulted in an average consumption of 12.1 liters per 100 kilometers, but we were in the middle of winter, when objectively it is not so bad. Those who prefer a better economy inspired performance should look to the four-cylinder engine.
As noted above, our test took place in winter, between the period of Christmas and New Year’s Day to be exact. Although the Chevrolet Impala is offered with front-wheel drive, vehicle weight helps ensure a certain stability that we have to test a few times.
The car is solid on a snowy road, and the system of traction control and stability ensures the safety of occupants on a winding road ice. An AWD model will always be superior to a model with front-wheel drive in the snow, but all things considered, the Impala is doing well during the cold season.