Chevrolet's thoroughly redesigned Impala full-size sedan will list from $27,535 when it goes on sale next Spring, a figure that's about $700 more than the outgoing model.
The price increase brings with it an entirely new Impala, which rides on a vastly more modern platform and features numerous upgrades inside and out, although its base cylinder count is reduced by two.
That base price is for the 2.5-liter four-cylinder-powered Impala LS. Stepping up to the mid-level LT brings the sticker to $29,785, while the range-topping LTZ starts at $34,555.
Opting for the optional 3.6-liter V6 ups LT's price to $30,750 and LTZ's¬†to $36,580. A 2.4-liter four-cylinder with the automaker's eAssist¬†mild hybrid system - as seen in the smaller Chevrolet Malibu - goes on sale later in the year. Pricing has not been announced.¬†
Chevrolet says that the Impala V6 will hit the market first, but the 2.5-liter-powered model won't be far behind.¬†
All of the listed prices include a mandatory $810 destination charge, which covers shipping the Impala from either General Motors' Oshawa, Ontario, or Hamtramck, Michigan, assembly plant.¬†
Standard equipment has not been detailed, but Chevrolet has indicated that the 2014 Impala will offer new-to-the-model features like its MyLink¬†touch-screen infotainment system, adaptive cruise control, rear cross traffic alert and blind zone alert.¬†