2019 Chevrolet Impala


#5 out of 9 in Large Cars

$28,020 MSRP
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Last Updated: March 1, 2019

Lagging Sales: Sales of the Chevy Impala ranked second among large cars in 2018, behind only the Dodge Charger. However, compared to 2017, sales of the Impala declined 25.5 percent. So far this year, that trend has continued, as sales have fallen 45.1 percent compared to the same span last year. This may be due to many shoppers passing on large cars like the Impala for crossover SUVs. The majority of contenders in this segment experienced a sales decline of around 10 percent or more last year relative to 2017.

Low Prices: A base Impala starts at $28,020, which is one of the lowest starting prices in the class. Only the Ford Taurus has a lower starting price, marked at $27,800. Even when fully loaded, it is the only option in the segment that stays below the $40,000 mark.

Time to Buy: With its low prices and slowing demand, you can likely score a great deal this month. The Impala is also set to be discontinued soon, so you may have even more leverage in price negotiation as dealerships try to clear their inventory. Check out our Chevy deals page for the best Chevy leasing, financing, and cash back offers available this month.

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