Features Worth Keeping
In 2014, the Chevy Impala received a significant makeover to modernize its sleek exterior. Given the success of this redesign, experts assume that the 2017 Chevy Impala will likely only receive a few tweaks in appearance. Look for refreshing new additions like new paint colors and engine changes instead of a complete revamp in design. When previous models were so successful, it’s no wonder that Chevy felt the tech and interior specs were worth keeping for another generation.
The 2017 Chevy Impala has a few design surprises up its sleeve, like new paint colors to personalize the vehicle. Both inside and out, the newest Impala presents brand-new options for the modern driver. The Citron Green Metallic color is unlikely to return, but it will be replaced by the cool Arctic Blue Metallic. Another exquisite color, Pepperdust Metallic, is expected to join the Impala color palette. For the interior, the Jet Black/Mojave color is speculated to be replaced by a Jet Black/Wheat color scheme.
The classic power of a 6-speed automatic transmission is likely to carryover as a standard feature. There has been plenty of discussion about a 9-speed automatic transmission amongst experts and drivers alike, especially given its inclusion in the newest Malibu trims. As of now, Chevy has yet to officially comment. Customers will just have to wait and see.
To complement the transmission, the Impala will carry over its highly praised 2.5L 4-cylinder engine with a peppy 196 hp and 186 lb-ft of torque. It’s also likely that we will see the performance 3.6L V6 engine with a mighty 305 hp and strength of 264 lb-ft of torque for a little extra kick.
Keep Up With the 2017 Chevy Impala
Keep up with the latest 2017 Chevy Impala information for Elgin and Schaumburg by following Biggers Chevy. We will have more details ready for you as soon as Chevrolet releases and confirms specs. While Chevrolet has yet to release Manufacturer Suggested Retail Pricing specs or any ballpark number, we still have plenty of time to find out before the release. Production for the new model is set to begin June 2016. Models are expected to be in Chevy showrooms in the beginning of fall 2016. Contact us online today to try a current Chevy Impala, or keep in touch with us for information about the next model.