GM has published pricing info for the 2014 Impala that was entirely redesigned. It will be sold with a choice of two four-cylinder engines and a V6 3.6-liter unit. The first four-banger is a 2.5-liter that produces 195 hp and a peak torque of 187 lb-ft, while the other is a 2.4-liter with 182 hp with the eAssist mini hybrid system. The larger six-cylinder is capable of generating 305 hp and a maximum torque of 264 lb-ft. All these three engines are mated as standard to a 6-speed manual gearbox. The first one to hit the market next spring will be the 3.6-liter version, priced at $30,760 in the LT trim or $36,580 in the LTZ trim. Both these two prices include the destination charges.
After that, Chevrolet will introduce the base 2.5-liter unit for a starting price of $27,535 LS or $29,785 LT and $34,555 when opting for the high-end LTZ version. GM will reveal pricing info about the 2.4-liter engine-equipped model at a future date. As a reminder, the current Impala costs $26,685 in the LT flavor and with the V6 3.6-liter engine pumping out 300 hp.
The tenth generation of the Impala is based on an enlarged version of the Epsilon II platform developed by General Motors and comes with features such as ten airbags, Side Blind Zone Alert, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, Adaptive Cruise Control, natural voice recognition and an 8-inch color display.