2016 Chevrolet Impala
The 2016 Chevrolet Impala is a full size car that was built by the Chevrolet division of General Motors for the model year 1958 to 1985 1994 to 1996 and 2000 to date. After the South African antelope named the most expensive model of the 1965 Chevrolet people the best-selling automobile had to be in the United States, competing against Ford Galaxie 500 and the Plymouth Fury, when the full-size models dominated the market.
2016 Chevrolet Impala Bi-Fuel
The 2016 Chevrolet Impala on CNG (Compressed Natural Gas) and gasoline to operate. Unveilied in October 2013 by General Motors CEO Dan Akerson. The bi-fuel Impala will be offered to fleet customers and retail. It is the only established full size CNG vehicle in North America. The new Impala is the Honda Civic CNG as a rare car come straight out of a major automobile manufacturers and for retailers available.
The 2016 Chevrolet Impala is a 500-mile driving range. 2016 Chevrolet Impala will enable the driver, from gasoline to natural gas CNG or gasoline at the switch of a button. The CNG tank is maintained in the line. The Chevrolet Impala Bi-Fuel is one of the five finalists in 2015 Green Car of the Year Award. The winner will be announced at the Los Angeles Auto Show in 2014.
2016 Chevrolet Impala Safety
In the Insurance Institute for crash testing of road safety the 2016 Chevrolet Impala was a “good” overall rating for good structural performance and no chance of any significant injuries in a certain severity, except maybe a little leg injury on the bottom left as a bruise or a sprain. The 2006 Impala will be given to present a lower overall score of “acceptable” for frontal collisions, and a “good” rating for side impact. side curtain airbags are standard on the front and rear lines; previously was unavailable torso side airbags standard on all versions starting with the model year 2009. GM has some minor structural improvements made to Impala, from December 2009; Models produced after that received in the IIHS frontal crash test center “good”.
April 22, 2014 NHTSA opened an investigation in 2014 60,000 models Chevrolet Impala on concerns about the emergency braking system of the sedan. This comes after a complaint from a driver who had “an inappropriate activation of the emergency braking system” and added that “claims that the driver assistance system inappropriately activated emergency braking causing the vehicle to a complete halt in the driver as complete braking force. “The pilot will continue to say that he heard three to four beeps of the system while driving the rental vehicle, which had only 2500 miles on it. GM is cooperating fully with the 2016 Chevrolet Impala’s safety related investigation.