Chevrolet Impala Towing Capacity
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- Manufacturer: Chevrolet
- Data Source: Owner's Manual
You can find 70 different trims/engines for the Chevrolet Impala and their corresponding recommended towing capacity.
The years available stretch from 2001 through to 2020 and to view the towing capacity you just click to expand.
The Chevrolet Impala is a full-size model that has intermittently been in the Chevrolet lineup since its first release in 1957. Despite being briefly discontinued at various points in its lifespan, there have been a total of 10 generations.
The final tenth generation debuted in 2014 and ran concurrently with the ninth generation until 2016.
There have been several layouts available over the years. The most common options were 2-door hardtops and convertibles, 4-door sedans, and even a 5-door station wagon. It typically featured a front-mounted engine
It is often compared to the likes of the Ford Taurus, Nissan Altima, and Honda Accord. During its time, the Impala was also rivaled by the Chevy Malibu.
Modern drivetrains include a range of petrol options ranging from the newer 2.4-liter Ecotec inline-4 eAssit to the older and much larger 5.3-liter LS4 V8 used in the Impala SS performance models.
Transmission options ranged depending on trim levels and model, but these range from 4-speed to 6-speed automatics. Manual transmissions were much more limited and were actually discontinued after the fifth generation that debuted in 1971.
Trim levels for the later generations of the Impala were the base LS, LT, LTZ, and finally the SS being a high-performance version. Later versions changed the LTZ trim level to the updated Premier.
In 2015, a Bi-Fuel version was debuted. This model was able to run on both compressed natural gas, as well as gasoline. Also worth noting is the eAssit MHEV hybrid drivetrain that was released in 2014.
Despite dismissal by the CEO of GM, rumors of the discontinuation of the Chevrolet Impala came to fruition. The final year of sales was 2020 as a result of declining sales.