The 2017 Chevy Impala delivers standard engine muscle of 197 hp and 191 lb-ft of torque and available performance power of 305 hp and 264 lb-ft of torque. Boasting impressive roominess to match its outstanding power, the Impala features 105.0 cubic feet of passenger volume and 18.8 cubic feet of cargo space.
This full-size, family friendly car has earned a 5-Star Safety Rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and offers cutting-edge safety features that includes available forward collision alert, available lane departure warning, available rear cross-traffic alert, available rear park assist, and available side blind zone alert with lane change alert. A host of OnStar safety and driver-assist features also come standard in all of the 2017 Impala models, such as OnStar Automatic Crash Response, OnStar Crisis Assist, OnStar Emergency Services, OnStar Roadside Assistance, and OnStar Stolen Vehicle Assistance.
The Impala has received rave reviews for its comfort, affordability, and high-quality features. Read what the experts have to say about the Chevy Impala:
- Edmunds.com: “With an abundance of passenger and trunk space, the 2017 Chevrolet Impala is unmistakably a large sedan, but there’s more to this Chevy than just room. You’ll also appreciate the way it keeps you and your passengers comfortable and safe.”
- U.S News & World Report: “With the best combination of positive reviews and long-term ownership costs in its class, the Chevrolet Impala is our 2016 Best Large Car for the Money.”
- Car and Driver: “Chevy’s flagship sedan is no longer the queen of the rental fleet: It’s big, bold, and (more) beautiful, with a spacious, well-trimmed cabin.”
Though the 2017 Impala has scarcely unpacked from its delivery by the automotive stork, fans of this outstanding car are already speculating about what the 2018 model year will bring for the popular Impala.
2018 will mark the fifth year the 10th-generation Impala has been on the market. The 2018 model is expected to be released during the third quarter of 2017, with anticipated changes that may include the advent of an eight-speed transmission, new color options, minor tweaks to the trim levels and equipment groups, and new engine offerings.
A mid-cycle refresh is likely forthcoming for the Impala but is not expected to happen until the 2019 model year rolls around.