2010 Chevrolet Impala Pricing, Specs, Economy, Information and Review

Now well into its ninth generation, and with a history that began in 1957, the 2010 Chevrolet Impala continues to represent excellent quality in a full-sized sedan from the Heartbeat of America. LS, LT and LTZ trims are available ranging in base prices from $26,000 to $30,000. When equipped with the standard 3.5L 211hp 216 lb-ft Flex-Fuel SFI V6, it will deliver 18/29 mpg urban/rural quite respectable for a vehicle that is 200.4 inches long, 72.9 inches wide, 58.7 inches tall and has a curb weight of 3764 pounds.

For those that need more power behind their 2010 Chevy Impalas, a 3.9L 239-horse powerplant is available. Both engines utilize the GM Active Fuel Management system that electronically determines when to shut down up to three cylinders in order to increase fuel economy ratings during light driving conditions. An electronically controlled 4-speed automatic gearbox with overdrive is standard. A 4-wheel independent suspension system and standard 17-inch machined aluminum wheels act in conjunction with 4-wheel ABS rack-and-pinion braking and electronic traction control to produce comfortable, smooth ride quality standards.

6-way power-adjustable, cloth-covered bucket front seats are standard items on the 2010 Impala from Chevrolet. A conveniently located analog gauge cluster features a tachometer, speedometer, coolant thermometer, fuel gauge and trip odometer. In addition, the Driver’s Information Center will tell you about your all oil’s life expectancy as well as other relevant diagnostic variables. Standard features that make your driving experience more convenient include Express-Down power windows, remote keyless entry, cruise control, remote trunk release, dual-zone air conditioning, incoming air filtration and a state of the art theft deterrent system.

The Impala from Chevy 2010 experiences competition from the Buick lacrosse, the Pontiac Grand Prix and its own relative, the Monte Carlo. It features a 3rd-generation GM W-body platform on a FF layout and is manufactured in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada.

The 2010 Chevrolet Impala also features in mindblowing list of optional and standard safety features. Of particular interest to many prospective purchasers is the 1-year free trial of the OnStar Safe and Sound plan. Besides providing emergency services, it also includes applications for Automatic Crash Response, Stolen Vehicle Assist with Automatic Vehicle Slowdown, Remote Door Unlock, Remote Horn/Lights and Roadside Assistance. Other standard features including GM’s StabiliTrak electronic stability system, all-speed daytime running lights and LATCH child safety seats add to the mix. For more than 1/2 century, the Impala has been gaining fans and pleasing millions of consumers. See what the new Chevy Impala has to offer you today!

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