The Chevy Impala is getting a grand total of three updates for the 2019 model year. Don’t get too excited – the changes are nothing special… but here they are anyway.
On the outside, the 2019 Impala loses the Graphite Metallic exterior color, bringing the total exterior count to nine. And there’s the expanded availability of accessory-level (LPO-level) wheel locks, which are now available on all models. That’s it for the exterior.
The interior, meanwhile, gets the expanded availability of Jet Black Premium Cloth/Leatherette interior color combination, which is now available with LT Convenience Package. And that’s it, folks.
If this isn’t an indication that GM/Chevrolet have given up on the Impala, then we don’t know what is. Wait a minute. Yes we do: GM’s cross-town rival, Ford, has just announced that it will no longer offer passenger cars and sedans in North America, meaning that the Impala-competing Taurus will soon be discontinued.
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