Chevrolet’s Impala, a sturdy boat well past its glory-days, has been in need of a reboot for some time. However, the General Motors division is attempting to change all that with its 2014 model. The new Impala, among other changes, may mark the death of the front bench-style car seat. A stodgy reputation The Impala Read on! →

General Motors is facing a class-action lawsuit from owners of 2007 and 2008 Impalas. The suit alleges that a rear end defect is causing tires to wear out prematurely. In 2008, GM addressed the issue for Impalas sold as police cars but not to consumer motorists. The lawsuit could cost the company millions. Faulty spindle Read on! →

Spy shots and leaked info on the 2014 Chevrolet Impala have begun to appear, according to Automotive News. Among the pearls is an admission: The 2014 Chevy Impala may have numerous things in common with the 2013 Cadillac XTS sedan. The public will know for sure when the new Impala hits showrooms in early 2013. Read on! →