2019 Chevrolet Impala Model Review

18/28  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPG
8.7  Sec.
0-60 MPH
4
Doors
5
Seats
18.8  cu ft
Cargo Space

What's New for the 2019 Chevy Impala?

This fall the all new 2019 Chevy Impala will be available for consumers to purchase. Like all other previous versions of the Impala, the 2019 model year will have a number of changes and new features. These changes will be present in both the interior and exterior of the vehicle. With the interior, the Impala will have one that has a unique type of seating materials. It will have a combination of both leather and cloth seating which will be available on the LT convenience package. As far as the exterior goes, the new Impala will contain LPO level wheel locks at every trim level. These new features will provide more comfort as well as a better driving experience for consumers.

2019 Chevrolet Impala

Which Trims and Features are Available for 2019?

Like all other vehicles on the market, the 2019 Chevy Impala has multiple trim levels. To be exact, the Impala has three distinct trim levels which include the LS, LT and 2LZ. Each of these trim levels has a number of features that make them ideal cars to drive.

As well as the LS model, consumers can purchase the LT model which is the mid level trim for this vehicle. The LT comes with all of the standard features of the LS but with a few more additional ones. These include turn signal indicator mirrors, body colored door handles, power door mirrors, body colored bumpers and also keyless start and entering of the vehicle.

With the 2019 Impala, consumers will have the opportunity to purchase the 2LZ which is the highest trim level. The 2LZ has all of the features that both the LS and LT model have. However, it has some improved features in its powertrain. You will get a more powerful 3.6 liter V6 engine which has 305 horsepower. The 2LZ also comes with a 6 speed automatic transmission, and front wheel drive. It's fuel economy is 22 miles per gallon as well.

How Powerful is the 2019 Impala?

2019 Chevrolet ImpalaThe 2019 Chevy Impala is a car that has a considerable amount of horsepower for its class. With the base model LS and the mid trim level LT, it has 197 horsepower which is average for its class. However, the top trim level 2LZ has 305 horsepower which is among the highest in the class. For a mid sized sedan, the Impala provides an adequate amount of horsepower for consumers.

Strength in Safety Technology

2019 Chevrolet ImpalaWith the 2019 Impala, there are a number of notable safety features. These include anti lock brakes, stability control, a backup camera, airbags and theft prevention. The anti lock brakes and the stability control will allow drivers to have better control of the vehicle. These features will help make braking easier as well as reducing the engine power to reduce the speed. With the airbags, drivers and passengers will be well protected due to side, front, overhead and knee airbags. Another key safety feature helps with preventing theft. The vehicle will be able to deter thefts with a resounding alarm as well as an ignition disabler. This will help prevent intruders from starting the car since it won't unless the manufacturer key is present. All of t

To learn more, or to take a test drive when the 2019 Chevy Impala is released, visit David Maus Chevrolet in Sanford, today!

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