2011 Chevrolet Impala
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Engineers have been hard at work integrating some new innovations on this model including a 3.5L V-6 engine that comes standard on both of the LS and LT versions and it has FlexFuel capability meaning that drivers can use E85 (bioethanol), gasoline or a combination of both. This concession to the "Green Movement" means that gasoline can be conserved since this blend is composed of 85% bioethanol and 15% gasoline. Chevrolet has made great inroads into this area, leading the automotive industry in the number of models with this kind of technology.
Drivers also have the choice of a new upgraded luxury package that has the most popular request items in both the comfort and convenience areas. Some of these include the addition of an XM Satellite Radio (with a full years subscription, not 3 months), heated seats for the driver and front passenger, a rear spoiler, front bucket seats with leather design and an 8 speaker audio system designed by Bose to create a stereo on wheels.
For discriminating drivers, a Bluetooth connectivity feature has now been built into the 1LT model and can also be ordered for use with the 1LS, 1FL and 2FL packages. In addition, 6 months of OnStar Directions and Connections plus the Turn by Turn Navigation package comes standard on the LS, LT and LTZ vehicles. OnStar has also been upgraded, with the new 9.0 system replacing the 8.2 for better voice and speech recognition. This affords buyers with the latest in technology and provides the peace of mind necessary to safely navigate today’s roads.
The 2011 Chevy Impala offers a number of great features designed for families in mind. With the great new innovations in comfort, safety and style, this is a perfect choice for those people who want a vehicle that is stylish and reliable.