When Chevrolet introduced the all-new tenth-generation Impala, it (very wisely) decided to keep manufacturing the last-generation vehicle for sale to rental, fleet, and police customers under the Impala Limited name. Although archaic from a technology perspective, that vehicle will be around until 2016.
The 2015 model year marks the ninth year of the ninth-generation Impala’s existence, and brings with it just one change to the vehicle — the replacement of the leather-wrapped shift knob with a unit made of urethane, which is now standard on the 1FL trim.
2015 Chevrolet Impala Limited – Changes
- (VY7) Shift knob, leather is now Shift knob, urethane and is now standard on 1FL
In addition, it doesn’t look like any changes are in store for the 2015 Impala Limited Police vehicle, which joins the 2015 Caprice PPV to round out Chevy’s police portfolio.