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• Gone are the days of
huge gas-guzzling SUVs.
Cross-town rival Ford
has proved it can design
popular small cars, but
GM hasn’t been able to
– until now.
• To compete against
Ford and Japanese
rivals, the Impala
needed to be upgraded.
Upgrades for the New Impala, from a General
Motors press release:
• Adding nearly two inches of driver
legroom by increasing the range of
fore/aft adjustment for the front seats.
• A telescoping steering wheel that allows
drivers of varying sizes to reach it
• Redesigning the center console with a low
instrument panel to increase knee
spread, which adds comfort on long drives
and enhances the sense of roominess
while keeping controls within easy reach.
• Expanding rear-seat legroom more than 2
inches, enabled by the 1.2-inch increased
wheelbase and thinner-profile front seats.
• Nearly 19 cubic feet of trunk space –
ample room for four golf bags and more
space than in many full-size sedans.
Much-Needed Improvement

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