Chevrolet’s Impala Sedan 2013
The past five decades have seen Chevrolet create and innovate with their famed Impala series. 2012 brings in a new 2013 model which is a more dynamic model of the globally acclaimed sports sedan, which now includes brilliant technology and uber-cool interiors, makes for a smooth ride.
Chevrolet has released the 2013 Impala in three versions – LS, LT and LTZ. The foremost of these, Impala LS, provides standard quality cruise control, all-speed traction control and air-conditioning. The LT model is a notch higher in terms of luxury with the added facilities of Bluetooth connectivity, beautiful 17-inch machined aluminum wheels and a remote vehicle starter. But the most exciting of the three is the Impala LTZ, which ups the style quotient of the vehicle with leather seating and an eight-speaker Bose audio system. Thus, the 2013 Impala model variety caters to the needs of consumers having distinct utility and monetary constraints.
The highlight feature of this Chevrolet Impala is its improved mileage and engine performance. With a 3.6 liter V-6 and flex-fuel unit producing commendable power of 300 horsepower and 54 pounds-feet of torque. This, combined with six-speed automatic transmission, allows for highway mileage of a whopping 30mpg which is undoubtedly, pretty impressive by any yardstick but especially so for a full-sized sedan.
While the technological specifications are laudable, the interiors are hip, creative and comfy. For those who like to stretch out long, the car provides ample leg-space and seating capacity. The 4-door Impala can seat five to six adult passengers with ease and one can choose from several seating and storage options to configure the interior space for maximum utility. The luggage trunk is roomy as well; 18.6 cu.ft. of trunk-space can be further augmented by the flip-and-fold mechanism of the backseat which can be lowered to create extra space (only in the LT and LTZ models). What is best is that the Chevrolet Impala is a quiet car with a soft, almost unnoticeable purr that makes a journey relaxing and distinctly luxurious.
The Chevrolet Impala is not only technically sound and well-designed, but also a rather good-looking car. A striking, elongated front with subtle grille and gentle bonnet-curvature complements the Impala spirit of classic comfort and sporty vibes. The triangular taillights and dual exhaust suspenders make quite a statement giving the car a distinct racing car look. The combination of Impala’s great performance capacity and lovely exterior design is simply irresistible.
It has been observed and corroborated by many that the 2013 Chevrolet Impala provides for several high-tech features at a price that is not too extravagant. Available at a little over US $25,000 with different pricing for its LS, LT and LTZ versions respectively, this car is priced just right. For those looking for a comfortable, well-performing sedan this year, the Impala shall be a suitable option; it is backed by Chevrolet’s remarkable reputation while the designing and features speak for themselves. All-in-all, the 2013 Chevrolet Impala is a fantastic mid-range, full-sized automobile that can serve multiple purposes.