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2012 Chevrolet Impala Review and Price

September 16th, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments

Chevrolet – A subdivision of General Motors family is preparing for the new redesigned Chevrolet Impala models of next generation. The architecture of 2012 Chevrolet Impala is believed to be based on the combination of sports utility vehicles and the luxury sedan. Chevrolet exclaims that the engineer’s brain brings up this design based on the expectations and requirements of the upcoming target customers.

Therefore, aiming to satisfy the hunger of current needs Chevrolet is soon presenting 2012 Chevrolet Impala with classic improvements and refreshed architecture to reproduce satisfactory car performance. The 2012 Impala is designed with its roof somewhat taller and bit lowered wheelbase in comparison to its predecessors whereas the seats are positioned bit high. All these redesigned attributes facilitates easy passage into the vehicle which can prove to be more advantageous for elderly passengers. The car is expected to get erect sitting arrangement with armrests for added luxury to drive.  It has the capacity to accommodate 5 passengers with ease. With the redesigned structure the 2012 Impala provided spacious legroom and comfortable head rim. The rear seats can be flipped and folded to offer more cargo space if desired.

The 2012 Impala is powered by highly efficient latest OHV technology also termed as overhead valve to monitor synchronize the flow of fuel through the engine. The sedan is expected to arrive in various trim versions. The basic LS model is believed to be powered with 3.8 liter and V6 engine with 12 valves to generate 200 horsepower and a torque of 225 lb.ft. at 4000 RPM, the LT and LTZ versions will probably be powered by 3.9 liter and V6 engine.  The 3.5 V6 engine as well as 3.9 liter V6 engine has the capacity to efficiently function on E85 fuel which is the combination of 85% of ethanol and 15% of regular gasoline. Both the versions are expected to come paired with 4 speed gearbox with automatic transmission. All the 2012 Impalas will have standard front wheel drive mechanism. It will also offer an option to choose all wheel drive mechanism.

In association with OHV technology the new 2012 Impala offers exquisite mileage of around 20 miles per gallon on city streets and 30 miles per gallon on highways which can be the best feature of the vehicle in today’s scenario.

The family friendly 2012 Impala claims to come equipped with various standard safety features. Similar to all the previous versions of Impala, the new version is also expected to be equipped with 6 airbags including front passenger and driver airbags and side curtain airbags, rollover sensor technology to indicate danger of tumbling, traction control, cruise control, automatic door locks and the latest technology to prevent hijacking along with OnStar system. Additionally, the car is featured with various attributes like 6 way adjustability driver’s seat, climate control, music system loaded with AM/FM and CD changer, leather coated steering wheels as well as leather wrapped heated seats and carpet mat on floor.

With lavish interior and sophisticated exterior, 2012 Chevrolet Impala will prove to be the best affordable sedan of its class which will imprint its presence in the market very soon.

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  1. September 19th, 2010 at 11:00 | #1

    Holy shit — you sure stole a lot of this from me. Did you not notice the name of my car blog — Fake Car News?

    That means it’s fake. As in, made-up.

    Wow. What an embarrassment.

  2. reviewer
    September 21st, 2010 at 07:04 | #2

    @Tom Thanks for information. we have updated our information

  3. September 27th, 2010 at 12:49 | #3

    Ok, we need to try this again.

    The problem with your original story was that it included information sourced from my article on Fake Car News. In other words, the information in your text itself is based on something that was avowedly made-up.

    Saying you “updated your information” when all you did was remove the link to my site does not solve the problem. In fact, it makes matters worse. Before, at least people could follow the link and see for themselves that you had utilized a fictional source for putatively true information. Now, you’re just passing off fiction as fact without attribution or notice to the reader.

    I suggest consulting someone with knowledge of journalistic standards for the needed revisions, and that you pull this article from publication in the meantime.

    I would also suggest having native English speakers write your English-language articles. This post was clearly not written by a person with a functional understanding of the language.

  4. reviewer
    September 27th, 2010 at 21:07 | #4

    Thanks for your time to review the blog again. meanwhile i will suggest you to check google wayback machine whether previous one or updated information is same or not. if you need us to post your website link we will happily post there