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That's the preconception I had of Chevrolet's Impala.With at least two of my relatives having owned an Impala, I can say without a doubt that there was never anything wrong with the car; it just didn't stand out.So after I decided to review the latest incarnation of the Impala, it came as quite a surprise when I came face to face with a car that featured a fresh and distinctive design, a twin-cockpit interior that looked like it came out of a jet fighter, and performance that put my BMW E92 328i to shame. Finally, trunk space will blow you away, as it can easily accommodate luggage for every one of the car's passengers.All versions of the Impala offered in Lebanon come with a 3.6-liter DOHC V-6 with variable timing that puts out 305 horsepower at 6,800 rpm, which, mated with a six-speed automatic transmission with electronically controlled overdrive, can propel the car from 0 to 60 in 6.8 seconds. After driving the LT version for a couple of days, I can say assuredly this car deserves recognition.As a matter of fact, the only thing Chevrolet did wrong with this car was to call it an Impala because, except for the memories its name evokes, this car is an exceptional machine.
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