Maybe the Chevrolet Impala is simply that solid, or it’s a testament to the lagging full-size-car segment, but the brand’s offering took home a Kelley Blue Book “Best Buy” award.
In fact, the Chevrolet Impala has won the award four years in a row and KBB is still smitten with its value, packaging and overall driving characteristics. Every Impala comes with keyless entry and push-button start, there’s an eight-inch touchscreen and a handy rearview camera is standard. Judges found the ride to be neither too loose or too harsh, and the 3.6-liter V6 still offers plenty of grunt and decent fuel economy (28 mpg on the highway).
In the design department, there’s no denying the Impala continues to age gracefully, too. And over time, its value has held fairly strong. On a 10-point scale, the Impala earned a solid 9.
We’d love to see a few tweaks to bring the Impala up to date with regards to its design, but there’s no denying Chevy’s full-size remains a solid sedan.