2014 Chevrolet Impala Named “Most Comfortable Car under $30,000”4
The 2014 Impala, Chevrolet‘s modern interpretation of the Great American Sedan, has been named Kelley Blue Book‘s “Most Comfortable Car” for vehicles under $30,000.
“Totally redesigned for 2014, our No. 1 pick on this list – the Chevrolet Impala – proves that the big, comfortable, affordable American sedan is alive and well, and now it is stylish and modern, too,” said executive editorial director and executive market analyst for Kelley Blue Book’s KBB.com, Jack R. Nerad.
When the Impala was being redesigned for the 2014 model year, engineers made a quiet cabin a top priority. They implemented technologies like triple-sealed doors, available active-noise cancelling technology, and acoustic foam baffles. Chevrolet even had a Motor City rock band, the Gentlemen Mutineers, use the Impala as a recording studio to prove the quietness of the cabin. The stiffer chassis also enabled engineers to tune the ride and handling more precisely for a feeling of control and comfort that is a complete about-face from American sedans of yore.
KBB.com reviewed sevreal entry-luxury vehicles like the 2014 Volvo S60, 2014 Toyota Avalon, and 2014 Chrysler 300, but the Impala surpassed all of them − a mean feat for a model that comes from an entry-level brand.
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active noise cancelling only on the 4 banger
I would love to see the drive-train from the turbo V6 Cadi XTS in the Impala. It would make it a better option than the SS.
This would be cool with AWD but it is not that easy.
How much would it cost once you load up an Impala and then add a TT V6 and AWD that could handle it? You would be reaching a price that may be as much or more than the SS.
I would let the SS play out and see if we get a V8 Alpha based model.
Add the Volt’s EREV technology to the Impala and GM will have the perfect sedan!!