|Engine:||2.5-liter ECOTEC 4-Cylinder|
|Fuel Economy:||22 city / 29 hwy|
Serving Chattanooga, Nashville, and Cleveland, TN
When you choose the 2019 Chevrolet Impala, you are choosing a complete quality package, regardless of trim level. The automaker has packed it with value and features that are sure to please discriminating buyers.
The Impala offers a 4-cylinder Ecotec engine with high horsepower and intelligent fuel economy. It earns 29 mpg highway. The stop-start system reduces fuel use in city settings where redlights are common. If you want more horses under the hood, there’s a 3.6-liter V6 with variable valve timing and direct injection technology. It generates 305 horsepower, but it still manages to earn 28 mpg highway. If you want to step up to this engine choice, it is available on LS and LT editions and standard on the Premier.
Lush and inviting, the cabin draws you in. Backseat passengers will fit easily with this sedan’s generous interior space. A power chair ensures driver comfort for long hauls. Push button start is ready when you are. Premier editions move you into premium territory with leather upholstery. Favorite features include the available heated and ventilated front seats, dual-zone automatic climate system, and 11-speaker Bose audio system. With this car’s dash tech, you’ll have all you need for easy access to maximum smartphone content. The 8-inch diagonal touch-screen display is easy to see. Voice commands are easy to use, especially with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. These smartphone-specific connectivity features let you access dozens of apps. Premier models add built-in navigation. In addition, you can enjoy the use of up to six USB ports and a wireless charger. WiFi connectivity is available on all editions via OnStar. For your long trims, few sedans can beat the Impala’s 18.8-cu.ft. trunk.
Equipped with ten airbags, the Impala has a headstart on safety. Chevrolet engineering helped it secure a five-star federal crash safety rating. Shoppers can get a range of crash avoidance features that go beyond the car’s standard rearview camera. A rear cross-traffic alert reduces the chances of getting hit by a moving car while in reverse. Blind spot monitoring and a lane departure warning reduce the chances of a side swipe. Watching for slowing or stopping traffic, a forward collision monitor will warn the driver to prevent a rear end collision. An autobrake may intervene to reduce the chances of impact.
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All figures are EPA estimates. Actual mileage may vary.