2024 chevy impala ss price
The rise of the Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV) has spelled doom for many full-size passenger cars, but the 2020 Chevrolet Impala marches on, oblivious to the oblivion it may soon face. For those who still love the comfort and safety of a full-size sedan, the Impala makes a compelling argument. It comes standard with a potent V6 engine, a spacious interior and a velvety-smooth ride.
While not as technically advanced as the Toyota Avalon, the Impala also isn’t as expensive, and it allows buyers the choice of adding driver assists, a nice perk for those who don’t care for such systems (they are standard on the Avalon). The base LT trim comes very nicely equipped, and the top-line Premier achieves near-luxury-car levels of equipment.
Used 2020 Chevrolet Impala Pricing
The 2020 Chevy Impala LT sedan has a Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) starting at $32,495, including the $875 delivery charge. The Premier trim bumps the price to $37,595. Add all the bells and whistles and a loaded Premier comes out just over $40,000. Both prices are MSRP before generous incentives being offered by GM.
While the Impala undercuts its Toyota Avalon rival along with the Kia Cadenza and Nissan Maxima, its pricing is slightly higher than the Dodge Charger. Check the KBB.com Fair Purchase Price to see what others in your area are paying for their new Chevy Impala. The Impala’s resale figures are expected to hold only average value in the years ahead, trailing the segment-leading Toyota Avalon by a wide margin.
Which Model is Right for Me?
Driving the Used 2020 Chevrolet Impala
Chevrolet’s Impala nameplate has been around, on-and-off, since 1958 and while it remains a full-size sedan, measuring over 200 inches nose-to-tail, it doesn’t have much in common with those bloated boulevard cruisers of decades past. First launched for the 2014 model-year, the latest-generation 2020 Impala features a stylish, coupe-like roofline while still offering plenty of interior space and great visibility.
With its standard V6 engine, the Impala is impressively quick, with ample power for passing and merging even on steep grades. Chevrolet claims the Impala can sprint to 60 mph in a mere 6.0 seconds, and after a day pushing our test car to the limit, we believe it. Despite its mass, the 2020 Chevrolet Impala has an unexpected spryness to its handling, but it’s just as comfortable as those classic versions were in decades past.
Chevrolet may bill itself as a brand for the “masses,” but you might not know that if you slipped inside without first spotting the familiar bow-tie badge. The first thing you’re likely to note is just how well equipped and finished the latest Impala can be. The entry-level LT is nicely appointed and the top-line Premier downright posh.
Then you’ll be impressed by the sedan’s cavernous interior space. Even with five adults, no one will be jostling one another, especially with the Impala’s supportive seats keeping you firmly in place. Heading out for a long weekend, or just a golf outing, the 18.8-cubic-foot trunk will swallow everything you need.
No longer a wallflower sitting on rental lots, this latest-generation Impala full-size sedan is striking. Its taut sheetmetal hides its 201.3-inch length well without looking over-the-top. Even the grille — an element that gapes on many other cars — is well-proportioned. The long and powerful hood leads into a nicely swept windshield and sweptback roof, while the sides gently flex with creases running just below the windows. The trunklid appears short but hides plenty of space inside. Wheel sizes range from 18 inches on the LT to 19- and optional 20-inch wheels on the Premier.
CHEVROLET INFOTAINMENT SYSTEM
ACTIVE SAFETY FEATURES
The entry-level 2020 Impala LT comes nicely equipped including a V6 engine, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto and remote start. Standard amenities include 18-inch alloy wheels, heated side mirrors, 4.2-inch driver-information screen, AM/FM 6-speaker audio with 8-inch color display, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and multiple USB ports. An 8-way-power driver’s seat with lumbar control is also standard, along with dual-zone automatic climate control, cruise control, rear defroster, rearview camera and a hidden storage spot behind the 8-inch touch screen.
Move to the Premier trim and you’ll get navigation, wireless phone charging, single CD/MP3 player, leather seating, Bose audio and additional driver assists (See Favorite Features section).
Optional packages for the LT trim include the LT Convenience Package (heated front seats, heated steering wheel, premium carpeted floormats), and the Driver Confidence Package (rear cross-traffic alert, rear park assist, lane-change alert and blind-spot monitor). Stand-alone options include 18-inch 5-spoke alloy wheels, rear spoiler and numerous dealer accessories.
The Premier offers the Premier Confidence Package (forward-collision warning, lane-departure warning, adaptive cruise control and 20-inch wheels) and the Premier Convenience Package (heated and ventilated front seats, heated steering wheel, power tilt/telescopic steering column, memory settings for the driver’s seat and steering column plus driver’s-side auto-dimming outside mirror). Stand-alone options on the Premier include a dual-pane sunroof, automatic emergency braking and 20-inch wheels.
Engine & Transmission
The 2020 Chevrolet Impala offers only one engine choice this year: a 305-horsepower 3.6-liter V6 teamed with a 6-speed automatic transmission. This is the same engine offered in the Chevrolet Camaro, and it makes the big Impala sedan perform like an SS-badged car. The front-drive Impala is capable of 0-60-mph acceleration in about 6.0 seconds.
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Rather than pulling random numbers out of the air or off some meaningless checklist, KBB’s editors rank a vehicle to where it belongs in its class. Before any car earns its KBB rating, it must prove itself to be better (or worse) than the other cars it’s competing against as it tries to get you to spend your money buying or leasing.
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Is the Chevy Impala coming back in 2023?
2023 Chevy Impala Gets New Digital Lease on Life as America's Large Sedan. Most new car buyers only want crossovers, SUVs, and pickups today, so that's what the biggest names in the industry are focusing on, albeit at the expense of traditional sedans, and other body styles that used to be popular.
Is the Chevy Impala SS fast?
With its traction control active you can throw a brick at the accelerator and the Impala SS will rip to 60 mph in 6.4 seconds and bound through the quarter-mile in 14.4 seconds at 97.5 mph.
Is a Impala SS a V8?
The Impala SS is powered by a 5.3-liter small-block V8 engine that produces 303 horsepower and 323 pound-feet of torque at 4,400 rpm.