2008 Chevrolet Impala LTZ
* $499 down to qualified buyers. Stock #45310, Price $15,199 excluding tax, tag, and title. 200 weekly payments of $109.00 @ 21.9% APR with approved credit. APR listed is for illustrative purposes. The APR for your transaction may be higher or lower based on your credit score.
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2008 CHEVROLET IMPALA
The Impala's combination of chiseled style, generous room, sporty driving characteristics and value answers the needs of a broad range of drivers.
The 2008 Chevrolet Impala reinforces the brand's value story with new features and revisions that add to its safety and efficiency, including the addition of standard StabiliTrak electronic stability control on LT, LTZ and SS models; and the addition of E85 FlexFuel capability to the 3.9-liter V-6 engine -- an engine that also is equipped with the fuel-saving Active Fuel Management feature.
The Impala conveys sophistication and exudes big-car roominess. On the exterior, large headlamps have a premium, jeweled appearance with three independent lighting units. Inside, Impala is packed with thoughtful features, including clever flip-and-fold rear seats (standard on LTZ and SS, available on LT). Flipping the seat bottoms forward and the seatbacks flat can create a generous pass-through from the trunk -- an exclusive feature in the midsize segment.
The Impala's instrument panel wraps around into the door panels and has a double-hump design that is reminiscent of early Corvettes. Impala LS, LT and LTZ models have a wood-trimmed appearance, while a sportier, brushed sterling-appearance trim is available.