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Reviewers unanimously agree that the biggest change for the year is the styling. The exterior has a redefined, stylish look that is much more aggressive. The interior has also undergone many changes: the modern soft-touch materials are much more upscale and of a higher quality. The bucket front seats are much more comfortable than years past, and there is quite a bit of back-seat passenger legroom (39.4 inches). Optional are the heated and ventilated leather seats. The 2014 Chevrolet Impala comes in 5 trims: LS (base), 1LT, 2LT, 1LTZ, 2LTZ.
There are many storage compartments throughout the 2014 Impala, including a hidden compartment (lockable via a passcode) behind the infotainment system in the dashboard. The trunk has 18.8 cubic feet of space (more than other comparable cars), and the split rear seats have a 60/40 folding capability to open up the cargo area for even more room.
Road testers praised the new Impala for its quiet cabin, even under heavy throttle and faster speeds.Although the 2014 Chevrolet Impala has made vast improvements, it is definitely not perfect. Read on to explore some of its downfalls.
The reliability rating is also slightly lower at 4 stars instead of 5, although this is still rated as Better Than Most. Whichever vehicle consumers decide to purchase, one thing is for certain: the 2014 Chevrolet Impala has certainly made some competitive upgrades.
The Chevrolet Impala was redesigned for the 2014 model year. Moderate overlap frontal ratings are assigned by the Institute based on a test conducted by General Motors as part of frontal crash test verification.
In 2000, the Impala was reintroduced again as a mainstream front-wheel drive car. As of February 2014, the 2014 Impala ranked No. 1 among Affordable Large Cars in U.S. News & World Report's rankings. When the 10th generation of the Impala was introduced for the 2014 model year the 9th generation was rebadged as the Impala Limited and sold only to fleet customers through 2016. During that time both versions were sold in the United States and Canada. The 10th-generation Impala was also sold in the Middle East and South Korea.
The LS was the base model. It offered steel wheels with wheel covers (later alloy wheels), an AM/FM stereo with single-disc (six-disc optional) CD player and MP3 capability, SiriusXM, auxiliary input jack, six speakers, keyless entry, air conditioning, cloth seating surfaces, and a choice of two front bucket or a single front bench seat. The LT was the mid-range model. It offered alloy wheels, and optional front heated seats. The LTZ was the most luxurious model. It offered heated leather seats, an AM/FM stereo with CD/MP3 capability (six-disc optional), SiriusXM, a Bose eight-speaker premium sound system, a power sunroof, security system, and OnStar. The SS was the top-of-the-line model, which offered a 5.3 L V8 engine, heated leather SS embroidered seats, unique eighteen-inch machined-finished alloy wheels, and SS badging. The SS trim line was discontinued after 2009, leaving the LTZ as the top-of-the-line model for 2010. A mechanical refresh for 2012 brought the revised 3.6 L V6 (with Variable Valve Timing) to the LS, LT, and LTZ trims as the single engine offering, paired with an updated 6-speed automatic transmission. The new combination once again pushed the Impala to a 300-horsepower rating, and continued with the Impala Limited from 2014 to 2016.
For the 2013 model year, the Impala was largely a carryover of the 2012 model. Available trims were once again LS, LT, and LTZ. It was the last retail Impala to be offered with optional bench seat and column shift transmission. A Luxury Edition package, last seen on the 2011 model, returned as an option on the LT and featured perforated leather seating surfaces, dual front heated bucket seats with driver's side 8-way and passenger's side 6-way power adjusters, inside rearview auto-dimming mirror, Universal Home Remote, outside heated power adjustable mirrors, Bose 8-speaker premium sound system, six-disc in-dash CD changer that played MP3 and WMA files, with Radio Data System, Sirius-XM satellite radio, as well as an auxiliary input. This was notably the last production car to have a bench seat in the front. Due to the early release of the redesigned 2014 model, the 2013 Impala had an abbreviated model year.
The tenth-generation Impala was introduced at the 2012 New York Auto Show for the 2014 model year, with sales and production commencing March 4, 2013. The tenth generation Impala was the first North American sedan in 20 years to earn Consumer Reports' top score, with a score of 95 of a possible 100 points.
The 2014 Impala came standard with 18 inch wheels (19, and 20 inch offered in higher trims), low profile HID Headlights and LED daytime running lights (On LTZ trim) and offered three engines; a 2.5 L 4-Cylinder (the first time the Impala will use this type), a 2.4 L 4-Cylinder with hybrid-assist technology, and a 3.6 L V6. The interior came equipped with a 4.2-inch color display featuring Chevrolet MyLink (LT and LTZ trims), HD Radio (all trims) and Pandora Radio (LT and LTZ trims), Active noise cancellation for all 4-cylinder options, while new safety features included 10 Standard Airbags combined with OnStar. Optional features for the 2014 model included "full-speed-range adaptive cruise control, collision mitigation braking, forward collision alert, lane departure warning, side blind zone alert, rear cross traffic alert, rear camera and rear-park assist".
The 2015 Chevrolet Impala Bi-Fuel has a 500-mile driving range. It will allow the driver to switch from gasoline to CNG or from CNG to gasoline at the push of a button. The CNG tank is placed in the trunk. The Impala Bi-Fuel was one of the five finalists for the 2015 Green Car of the Year Award during the 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show, but lost to the BMW i3.
SS (Super Sport) The SS was an add-on option to the Premier level package only available in 2020. There were a total of 58 produced in the 2020 model year. The SS package added an additional 120 hp to the 3.6L VVT V6. It came standard with the Premier packages 19" aluminum-alloy rims but could also be equipped with an optional 19" aluminum-alloy blacked out rim. Though sharing the same exterior features as a standard premier, the SS was also equipped with SS badges in the grille, the doors behind the impala name badge, and the truck lid below the premier emblem. They received dark gray hood stripes reminiscent of the rally stripes of previous SS coupes in the Chevrolet lineup, but also received a dark gray stripe on the lower doors below the chrome molding. The only exception to this was serial #01 which would receive the same hood and side stripes but in a matte black finish. All of the 2020 SSs produced were painted either Black or Silver with the exception of serial #01 with a vin ending in 07181 being the only one produced in Cajun Red Tintcoat. The suspension and brakes of the SS were built to handle like a road track car sharing the same suspension and brake packages as the 2014 - 2015 Chevrolet Camaro Z-28. Each of the SSs produced were serialized XX of 58 on a plaque located in the glove box. Prior to production it was decided to begin with car #58 and descend in series to #01 as a tribute to the conclusion of the Impala line. Though not for order to the general public, a few SSs were delivered to dealerships throughout the country. Those that managed to make it to the general public have been mostly reclaimed by GM with the exception of serial numbers #27, #33, #19, and #01
On April 22, 2014, the NHTSA opened an investigation into 60,000 2014 Chevrolet Impala models over concerns relating to the sedan's emergency braking system. This followed the NHTSA receiving a complaint from a driver who experienced "inappropriate activation of the emergency braking system", adding it "alleges that the driver assist system inappropriately activated emergency braking bringing the vehicle to a complete stop under what the driver considered to be full braking force". The driver also went on to say that he heard three to four beeps from the system while driving the rented vehicle, which had only 2500 miles on it. GM is fully co-operating in the investigation.
For 2014, the Impala does a massive about-face. It's one of the best-looking sedans GM builds now, has excellent handling and interior room, and makes a convincing case to be Chevy's flagship--even with the rear-wheel-drive SS in the mix. It's so different from the previous sedan that the new Impala might be advised to retain counsel and sever all family ties with its namesakes.
The outdated last-generation Impala is still available for fleets--but the new 2014 Impala you'll find in showrooms is sleek, a strong performer in V-6 trim, and commodious even for big adults. It's a sea change in style, in feature and safety content, and most convincingly, in the way it nails the balance of comfort and handling without getting too lazy or harsh.
Now made from the same gear as the Buick LaCrosse, and built alongside the Chevy Volt in Hamtramck, Michigan, the 2014 Impala wears some crisply themed sheetmetal that we'd like to see more of on the smaller, less fortunate Malibu. The Impala's cues and details hit the high points the Malibu misses, without the misguided Camaro references in back and with assertiveness all over its front end. There's some CLS in its rear quarters, where the design really gels, even if it's fairly close to the same passages on the LaCrosse. The cabin? Give it some chamomile. The concept is high--like the Maxima, the Impala shaves away unneeded dash below a beltline--but the chorus of lines and textures and materials needs a more muted approach, or at least fewer cutlines. 041b061a72