Specialists at the Consumer Reports agency have tested the new Chevrolet Impala, and, according to the reports, this new model is the first to be fully redesigned since its major 2000 model redesign.
The new model comes with safety features like forward collision and back-up camera that should help drivers to stay safe and keep others safe as well.
These new vehicles come with GM’s eAssist mild-hybrid system, which will provide motorists with a good mpg rating.
Although this new Impala is new, it’s far from economical, according to experts. Its infotainment screen can be also used for Bluetooth audio streaming and navigation purposes.
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