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2018 Chevrolet Impala

2018 Chevrolet Impala
The Impala was again recognized by Kelley Blue Book in 2017 as the Best Full-Size Car in the annual 5-Year Cost to Own awards.2018 Chevrolet Impala
NEW FOR 2018
◾Sunroof and Spoiler Package offered on LT
◾Exterior colors (later availability): Nightfall Gray Metallic, Graphite Metallic and Cajun Red Tintcoat
◾Keyless Open and Start now standard on all models
◾LED daytime running lamps and remote starting now standard on LT
◾Heated steering wheels now available on LT (with LT Convenience Package)

VEHICLE HIGHLIGHTS

◾Offered in LS, LT and Premier models
◾Standard 2.5L engine, with 3.6L V-6 available in LS and LT; standard in Premier
◾A sleek exterior highlighted by a sculpted body and windswept profile, active grille shutters, proportioned wheels and projector-beam headlamps; HID headlamps on Premier
◾Midnight Edition offered on LT and Premier. Includes blacked-out appearance with 19-in. black-painted pocket wheels, black bowtie emblem, blacked-out grille, rear spoiler and pedal covers
◾Intuitive interior featuring upscale details and materials, as well as an integrated center stack and an available eight-inch touch screen display with Chevrolet MyLink
◾ Apple CarPlay and Android Auto capability allows MyLink to display smartphone content including messages, music, maps and more on the multicolor screen
◾OnStar with 4G LTE connectivity and a built-in Wi-Fi hotspot comes with a three month/three-gigabyte data trial
◾Dual-zone automatic climate control is standard on LT and Premier
◾Wireless device charging is standard on Premier
◾Heated, leather-trimmed driver and front passenger seats are standard on Premier and available on LT
◾Ventilated driver and front passenger seats are available on Premier
◾Leather-wrapped steering wheel is standard on LT and Premier
◾Heated steering wheel is available on LT and Premier
◾Remote starting is standard on LT and Premier
◾Stop/start technology with the standard 2.5L engine, which shuts down the engine in specific driving conditions to reduce fuel consumption while boosting mileage up to 5 percent
◾MacPherson-strut front suspension and four-link rear suspension, with rebound springs internal to the struts for greater refinement
◾Four-link suspension design offers a slightly wider track for a solid, planted feel on the road
◾An electric variable-assist steering system helps save fuel by using energy only when the steering wheel is turned

SAFETY FEATÚRES
◾Ten standard air bags, including driver and front-passenger knee air bags, side-impact seat-mounted and roof-rail air bags for front and rear outboard passengers
◾Standard rear-vision camera
◾Driver Confidence Package is available on LT (with V-6) and includes Rear Cross-Traffic Alert, Rear Park Assist and Side Blind Zone Alert with Lane Change Alert
◾Rear Cross-Traffic Alert, Rear Park Assist and Side Blind Zone Alert with Lane Change Alert are standard on Premier
◾Premier Confidence Package is available on Premier and includes Forward Collision Alert, Lane Departure Warning and Adaptive Cruise Control
◾Hill hold/start assist
◾Brake pre-fill feature
◾Standard StabiliTrak electronic stability control system with all-speed traction control
◾Four-wheel disc brakes with four-channel antilock braking system and electronic brake force distribution

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