Overview (Final Grade after 8 Categories: B+)

Let’s just be honest here. The last generation Chevy Impala was so “Old-School GM” that it was almost comical. The interior was as good as a rental car or FBI agent would need it to be, the powertrains and styling were dated and it lacked any real personality or style. Fast forward to its 2014 redesign and it’s clear that the “New GM” which has brought us such superstars as the Cadillac ATS, latest Chevrolet Stingray, hot selling Chevy Cruze, revolutionary Chevy Volt, the desirable Buick Enclave and the just unveiled GMC Yukon Denali just to name a few, has finally worked its magic on the Impala nameplate. And boy is it good.

What We Loved about the 2014 Chevy Impala

  • The dashboard design and quality of interior materials is amazingly upscale in execution
  • The positively enormous 18.8 cubic foot trunk and roomy interior
  • The exterior design is now stylish and handsome and hides the car’s size well


What We Didn’t Love about the 2014 Chevy Impala

  • The steering wheel airbag housing is too large like it’s from an older car
  • Things can get pricey when you start adding options
  • Some of the wood trims available don’t look like they came from a tree


To read the full review, go to 2014 Chevrolet Impala Review

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