Impala is the sedan model from Chevrolet that never failed to catch our fancy. So, when we heard the disheartening news that Chevrolet has stopped releasing the Impala models, we could see no other option but to go for a pre-owned version to fulfill our dreams.
To be bitterly honest, this also gave us the real push to drive home one, which we were postponing so far, waiting for its price to suit our current budget range. We got a thrilling offer from the Pre-owned Chevrolet dealer in our neighborhood, who also gave us the right buying advice, that we chose to follow, and to date, we never regretted our decision. If you are still curious, about how it all went, then here’s a brief account, as well as the reason, why we chose to buy a pre-owned Chevrolet Impala over the currently running models of sedans.
Gorgeous Looks and Utility
The Chevrolet Impala has a sleek design that goes so well with its curvatures and with all its shiny exterior paint, it simply looks too gorgeous to pass by. We always had our eyes fixed on this model, and still, we were waiting for its price to suit our range of budget. So, when we got the deal on a pre-owned version, we knew, this was our last chance to drive it home since the automaker has discontinued the model from their line of production.
We got a 2019 model edition of the Chevrolet Impala that packed in a fabulous-looking interior cabin, with all the comfort zones queued up for its users. The warm and cozy cabins of the 2019 Chevrolet Impala were all decked up with the best-in-class materials, where the wide seats made us soak in comfort with its well-cushioned wraps and upholstery.
For the cargo items, the 2019 Chevrolet Impala left a huge space in the trunk that measured around 18.8-cubic-foot being the largest size in its class. Hence, it always is a pleasure to travel in this car, where the neat and thoughtful arrangement of space offers so much travel fun to enjoy with your family and friends.
The 2019 model year edition of the Chevrolet Impala series that we got to buy from the inventory of pre-owned cars came loaded with the standard powertrain that included a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine pairing a six-speed automatic transmission to push out 197 horsepower and 191 pound-feet of torque, though a 3.6-liter V6 engine was available in the series for that year. We got to know that this higher capacitive engine could throw out 305 horsepower and 264 pound-feet of torque. The car came configured as a front-wheel drive model, which was also a part of the standard settings.
The said powertrain returned a fuel economy of 18 mpg in the city and 28 mpg on the highways while scoring 22 mpg from a combined trip of both, as per the EPA estimations. The figures are good enough for us to run this car every day for the daily commuting needs and even for the weekend trips outside the city, as often as we can.
If you find our experience worthwhile, you can book a Chevrolet Impala model from your nearest pre-owned Chevrolet dealership today!