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Chevy Impala 2014: Can it overcome its ho-hum past?

Chevy Impala 2014 leaps past its history with fine handling and even better styling, Feder writes. Once the darling of rental fleets everywhere, the Chevy Impala 2014 is poised to take on the competition.

By Joel FederGuest blogger / July 26, 2013

This undated photo provided by Chevrolet shows the 2014 Chevrolet Impala LTZ. The Chevy Impala 2014 adopts a whole range of new safety technology, Feder writes.



The Chevrolet Impala has been so mediocre for so long, it's nearly impossible to imagine it as new. Towards the end of the last generation, it became the darling of rental fleets everywhere. Meanwhile the competition stepped up its game with the updated Chrysler 300, Toyota Avalon, and even a new comer, the Kia Cadenza. Can the new 2014 Chevrolet Impala fast-toward over the past and beat the competition?

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