New Impala is very sharp
I'll admit that I haven't personally found the Chevrolet Impala to be appealing since the car left behind its rear wheel drive, V8 packing roots. The new 2014 Impala Chevrolet has unveiled today goes a long way towards winning people like me back. The car has completely redesigned exterior and interior and is very good-looking.
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The car will be offered with three different engines including a Ecotec 2.4L engine with eAssist producing 182 HP, a 2.5-liter Ecotec producing 195 HP, and a 3.6-liter V6 producing 303 HP. All three engine options are paired with a six speed automatic transmission. The car will come in three different trims and can be had with a variety of driver assistance and safety systems. The most interesting to me is Chevrolet's full speed range adaptive cruise control. That adaptive cruise control uses radar technology to sense traffic in front of the vehicle and will bring the vehicle to a complete stop and then accelerate in traffic with no input from the driver. The car will launch in 2013 and pricing is unannounced at this time.