The Chevrolet Impala has been impressing drivers since it first appeared on the scene back in 1958.
From the first time it rolled off the General Motors assembly line, Chevy’s full-size star has undergone numerous transformations, all culminating in the sleek and stylish 2015 Chevrolet Impala. It should come as no surprise that the Impala has long been a front-runner in the full-size automobile segment, outselling some of the industry’s top competitors.
The Impala was first introduced to the public as a top of the line Bel-Air coupe, complete with the familiar “A” body and a six-cylinder engine. Since then, it has received nine overhauls, which has led up to the 2015 model year Impala, which is unlike anything else available on the market today.
From its first generation model, the Impala has ten generations under its belt, and Chevy isn’t stopping there. The Impala packs more advanced safety features, trim levels, energy-efficient options, and technology than ever before.
The 2015 Chevy Impala may look and feel completely different from its predecessors, but it’s a car that every person can get behind, and here are just a few of the reasons why.
General Motors and Chevy have always been at the forefront of automotive safety technology, and they did not cut corners when it came to designing the 2015 Impala. It’s no surprise that the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) awarded the Impala with the highest possible 5-Star Overall Safety Rating.
The following safety features come as an option on the LT trim level, and standard on the LTZ trim level. Check out what helps make the Impala one of the safest vehicles on the road.
What is considered to be a mainstream vehicle actually exudes luxury and class inside the well-appointed cabin.
The dash of the Impala is large and commanding, all while maintaining a flowing design that is attractive and stylish. Standard versions of the Impala utilize upscale materials that boast an attractive and comfortable experience for both driver and passengers alike. The LT and LTZ trim levels boast an 8-inch color touchscreen, and soft trim.
Adding to the serenity of the well-appointed cabin is the optional 11-speaker Bose Centerpoint Surround Sound System, and the available Bose Active Noise Cancellation - ensuring a quiet ride every time you get behind the wheel.
If technology is what you are looking for, the Impala delivers. The only automotive company that offers built-in 4G LTE Wi-Fi in its vehicles, the 2015 Impala will keep you connected no matter how far you travel away from home. Chevy’s award-winning MyLink System will further keep you connected, and the available Siri Eyes-Free technology will iPhone users to never have to take their eyes off the road to stay in touch with friends, family, and co-workers while driving.
Available heated and ventilated leather seats in the 2015 Impala adds to the overall comfort of the interior, no matter what the outside temperature is.
Owners of the 2015 Impala have an innovative option that GM is pioneering on the road today. Tucked discreetly behind the 8-inch optional color touch-screen is a hotel-room-style safe.
Not only will your valuables be safe once locked with the 4-digit security code, but intruders will also be locked out of Chevy’s MyLink System, barring them from obtaining any personal information. This type of peace of mind is invaluable, and Chevrolet and the 2015 Impala know that.
As an environmentally conscious company, General Motors and Chevrolet are introducing a Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) version of the full-size sedan.
The CNG Impala will be the only full-size sedan available in the North American automotive market that can run on both compressed natural gas, and gasoline. This environmentally friendly bi-fuel option will allow greater flexibility for drivers, all while saving money on cost of ownership.
As with any vehicle, the 2015 Impala offers different trim levels sure to meet the needs of everyone who owns one. Check out the different levels below, what they offer, and their starting MSRP.
Starting at $27,060, this trim level offers all of the basic luxury you would expect from a quality Chevrolet vehicle. Boasting the 2.5L ECOTEC engine, FWD, and advanced technology such as Bluetooth connectivity, this trim level is the perfect starting point for those who are looking for an affordable full-size sedan, with just enough bells and whistles.
This trim level comes with all of the same features as the LS, and has updated features like Chevy MyLink's 8-inch color infotainment display. All for under $30,000, the LT trim level is a great place to start if you are looking to add available features such as the factory-installed remote vehicle starter system.
All for the starting price of under $35,000, this trim level offers upgrades like the Advanced Safety Package, leather-appointed heated and ventilated seating, and remote vehicle start system. The 2LTZ also comes with the upgraded 3.6L V6 engine with Variable Valve Timing.