*Equipment*with XM/Sirus Satellite Radio you are no longer restricted by poor quality local radio stations while driving it. Anywhere on the planet, you will have hundreds of digital stations to choose from. This Chevrolet Impala features a hands-free Bluetooth phone system. The satellite radio system in this 2012 Chevrolet Impala gives you access to hundreds of nation-wide radio stations with a clear digital signal. This unit has a clean CARFAX vehicle history report. This unit is outfitted with an OnStar communication system. This model projects regal stylish lines refined with a royal gold finish. Maintaining a stable interior temperature in the vehicle is easy with the climate control system. This 2012 Chevrolet Impala is front wheel drive. This large car has a 3.6 liter V6 Cylinder Engine high output engine. The traction control system on this unit instantly senses tire slippage and executes minute power adjustments to maintain traction at all speeds.*Packages*LT ONSTAR AND BLUETOOTH PACKAGE: includes (UE1) OnStar; (UPF) Bluetooth for phone and (US8) AM/FM stereo with CD and MP3 playback audio system. LT SUNROOF PACKAGE: includes (CF5) power sunroof and (UG1) Universal Home Remote. BLUETOOTH FOR PHONE: PERSONAL CELL PHONE CONNECTIVITY TO VEHICLE AUDIO SYSTEM AND HMI (HUMAN MACHINE INTERFACE). E85 FLEXFUEL CAPABLE. LICENSE PLATE BRACKET: FRONT. ONSTAR: 6 MONTHS OF DIRECTIONS AND CONNECTIONS PLAN. SEAT: REAR FLIP-AND-FOLD FLAT. SIRIUSXM SATELLITE RADIO. SPOILER: REAR. SUNROOF: POWER. UNIVERSAL HOME REMOTE. Equipment listed is based on original vehicle build. Please confirm the accuracy of the included equipment by calling the dealer prior to purchase.
The Impala is a roomy, front-wheel-drive 4-door sedan that comes in LS, LT and LTZ models. All trims now include a standard 3.6L V6 engine that features variable valve timing, is FlexFuel compatible, and makes 302 horsepower and 252 lb-ft of torque. It's paired with a new 6-speed automatic transmission, which allows it to hit 30 mpg on the highway, according to the EPA. With a rather conventional MacPherson strut-type front suspension and trailing-arm rear suspension, with a stabilizer bar in back, the Impala is tuned to bring a smooth ride yet handle reasonably responsively. The body and suspension systems were designed to include some significant sound-deadening measures, which make the Impala quiet on the highway and over coarse surfaces. Depending on the trim level, the Impala comes with either a front bench seat or two individual buckets. In back, there's enough room for three adults across, and the seatbacks fold forward for a full pass-through to the trunk for larger cargo items. There's a storage tub under the rear cushions. And a sunroof is available. Side and side-curtain airbags are standard on all Impalas, along with GM's StabiliTrak stability control system and 4-wheel anti-lock disc brakes. There are LATCH child-seat connectors in all three rear seating positions. Even the base LS model includes keyless entry, cruise control, power windows and locks and air conditioning. LT models get larger machined aluminum wheels, a remote start system, dual-zone climate control and Bluetooth hands-free. At the top of the range, the LTZ comes equipped as a more sophisticated, somewhat sporty sedan, with upgraded wheels and W-rated tires, heated seats, heated mirrors, a universal remote, and Bose audio. All sound systems include an auxiliary input. The available remote-start system in the Impala is claimed to work up to 200 feet away, and will pre-heat or cool the vehicle. Also included in the Impala is the latest Gen 9.0 version of OnStar, with improved voice recognition, along with Direction and Connections services and Turn-by-Turn navigation, which allows you to beam route guidance from a call center into the vehicle.