Best car for the money, and loaded
Very Roomie, Quiet Ride and Good Gas Mileage.
There's a reason the 2014-2017 Impala is one of the hugest rated large sedans. Great styling, unbelievably roomy, super interior quality, Boise sound system. The V6 engine is quiet and very quick. Handling and smoothness on the road is better than my 2015 Mercedes. Most bang for your buck on the market.
The 2015 Chevrolet Impala appeals to people who are looking for a roomy vehicle, but also those who want style and substance. It is a full-size sedan with plenty of power from its V6 engine, and a great look that makes it stand out in a crowd. While not perfect, the Impala has a lot going for it and has built upon the already strong reputation of the company and the car with this model. High crash-test scores and a quiet ride make the Impala a safe, comfortable car for around town or a longer journey.
Chevrolet's lineup has included the Impala for years, but the car has changed and evolved over time the same way that other models have. This is based partially on consumer demand and partially on concepts that the designers at the company have created. As the model has evolved newer features have been added. Some of the features you can expect on the 2015 Chevrolet Impala include:
For anyone looking to find a big car that handles like a smaller one, the 2015 Chevrolet Impala is a good choice. It won't travel like a sports car, but it does provide tighter handling and more maneuverability than many cars its size. With the V6 engine you get plenty of power and acceleration, with a zero-to-60 time of 6.7 seconds. The four-cylinder engine will save you money and give you better gas mileage, but you also won't get the power offered with the larger engine option. That lack of power is noticeable during acceleration and for quick moves in traffic, making the bigger engine the better choice.
The 2015 Chevrolet Impala holds its own against its competition fairly easily. It is a solid, middle of the pack choice when it comes to handling, style, comfort, driving, and overall performance. The Toyota Avalon, Kia Cadenza, and Hyundai Azera, along with the Chrysler 300 are all competitors when it comes to looking for a full-size sedan. The Chrysler is ahead of the others in looks and performance, but also in price, while the 2015 Chevrolet Impala falls in line with the other cars it is compared to in most aspects.
There is no major redesign of the 2015 Impala from previous model years, but that's not really a problem since there was already so much to love about the Impala's earlier models. Drivers who choose this car can expect:
The 2015 Chevrolet Impala comes standard with a four-cylinder engine on the base model, and the option for the four-cylinder or V6 on the other two trim models. It boasts 18-inch wheels, with a 20-inch option on the 2LTZ trim level, along with a six-speed automatic transmission. All 2015 Impalas are front-wheel drive. While the four-cylinder engine may be a bit underpowered for a big sedan at 195 hp, the V6 is an excellent choice at 305 hp. That is plenty for a car of that size and weight, and it moves the Impala through traffic easily and with assurance.
The body style hasn't changed from the 2014 model year, but the Impala already had a winning look that didn't need to be messed with. The overall look is modern, with a dynamic style and flair that really turns heads and still means there's plenty of room in the car's interior. Drivers can expect:
The 2015 Chevrolet Impala is a big car with plenty to offer, and there's a lot to love about it. Opting for the V6 instead of the four-cylinder engine can give drivers a better overall experience, but the car provides so much to enjoy that drivers and passengers will really be able to get comfortable and appreciate their time in the roomy, quiet interior of the Impala.