As Chevrolet's largest sedan, the four-door Impala will
seat six very comfortably. Matching size with power, the
Impala also offers a strong set of engines that give excellent
acceleration and holding power. With the highest fuel economy
of any V6 in the industry, the 2003 Chevrolet Impala provides
a fair share of value as well. For 2003, the Impala rounds
in with a new set of features, including new colors and
wheels. Retaining its long-lasting dependability, the 2003
Chevrolet Impala entry continues in the tradition of its
The 2003 Chevrolet Impala is offered in two models: Sedan
(base) and LS.
Roominess is everywhere inside the Impala. While passengers
will find comfort in the amount of leg space, Impala owners
will be sure to make good use of the abundant room (18.6
cubit feet) left in the trunk. The sedan model is filled
with practical features, including auxiliary lighting in
the glove box and trunk, electric rear window defogger and
delayed exit/entry lighting. LS models add on cruise control,
a leather-wrapped steering wheel, front bucket seats (for
five-passenger seating) and a 6-way power driver seat with
The options list is filled with interior perks, including
an AM/FM CD player, XM Satellite Radio, the OnStar system
and steering wheel radio controls.
The 2003 Chevrolet Impala has an understated style that
fits perfectly with its quiet-but-efficient demeanor. For
2003, four new exterior colors make their debut: Superior
Blue, Berry Red Metallic, Victory Red and Cappuccino Frost
The quietness the Impala offers is certainly a plus when
referring to its engine, which hums along effortlessly over
the road. Base sedan models are equipped with a confident
3.4-liter V6 with 180 horsepower at 5200 rpm and 205 lb-ft
of torque at 4000 rpm, while LS models add more power with
a 3.8-liter V6 that pumps out 200 horsepower at 5200 rpm
and 225 lb-ft of torque at 4000 rpm. Shifting is handled
by 4-speed automatic transmission.
The excellent fuel economy of the 2003 Chevrolet Impala
is broken down as follows: the base model engine has a fuel
rating of 21/32 mpg (city/hwy), while the LS engine offers
20/30 mpg (city/hwy). In addition, LS models are also prepped
for slightly higher performance demands with standard Sport
Touring Suspension and traction control.
Safety and Security
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration rates
Impala as five-star for both front and side-impact testing
for front and rear passengers. Impala LS features a driver's
side-impact airbag, remote keyless entry, traction control,
tire inflation monitoring system and antilock brakes, all
optional on the Impala sedan.
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