The 2014 Chevrolet Impala goes on sale next spring and will be priced from $27,535, including an $810 destination charge. This represents an increase of $850 on the base price of the outgoing model, but the latest version, the 10th generation of the iconic nameplate, offers much more as standard than ever before.
The previous Impala was America’s best-selling full-size sedan in 2011, with sales of more than 171,000, and the new model looks set to continue that tradition thanks to handsome styling, new safety features and fuel-efficient engines.
The $27,535 sticker gets you the base model, which features a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine with 195 horsepower on tap.
Chevy is yet to announce pricing for its mid-spec Impala with eAssist, which features a 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine aided by an electric motor and a combined rating of 182 horsepower. Chevy says this model may return gas mileage as good as 35 mpg.
Moving up the range is an Impala with a 303-horsepower 3.6-liter V-6, which lists from $30,760, also including destination. Opt for the luxurious LTZ trim and V-6 engine and pricing rises to $36,580, including destination.
All models come standard with a six-speed automatic.
Key features of the 2014 Impala include the latest-generation of Chevy’s MyLink interface, which now has improved voice recognition and new, easier to read displays and controls. There are also advanced safety features such as Adaptive Cruise Control, Rear Cross Traffic Alert and Side Blind Zone Alert and ten standard airbags.