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American car buyers have held the Chevrolet Impala in high esteem for over half a decade. To own an Impala has long been a badge of honor among those who hold quality and beauty in high esteem. From the day it rolled off the assembly line in 1958, the Impala changed the way auto buyers saw just what kind of high quality car the United States could forge. This car is a true example of how combining style, performance, function, and value can make the Impala a staple in garages and driveways of millions of Americans. The proof is in the numbers! Since it was introduced, 12 million Impala's have been sold between the years of 1958 to 2002. This proves that more Americans have made the Impala their car of choice over any other full-sized car in the history of auto making. In some professional's opinion, the Chevrolet Impala is said to be the car that gave birth to the muscle car. Chevrolet introduced this fine example in auto making as a top-of-the-line model, which fast grew into the symbol for performance in the 1960's.
Description A snapshot of the Impala's interior.
Affordability, versatility, and power worked like a charm to turn the Impala into a lasting American symbol of quality. Impala was without a doubt best-selling Chevrolet car in its first full year on the market. In the coming year it became the best-selling car in all of America. The Impala held that coveted for almost ten years. In 1965 it set an industry sales record for selling over one million cars.
The Impala outsold other full size models which previously cornered the market distributed by Ford and Plymouth. The Chevrolet Impala maintained its position as the most popular full- size Chevrolet model through the mid-eighties. The Impala, which was named after the African antelope, has been easily distinguished by its three sets of taillights. Another trademark of the Impala is the SS nameplate, introduced in 1961. This craftsmanship was continued through 1969. It was given new life as it was revived in 1994 through 1996, only to be renewed again for the 2004-2011 model years. This revered symbol of the Impala is forever synonymous with power.
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