Chevrolet offers their Impala in three main trim levels, and further customization is provided through additional packages. The trims are called the LS, LT, and Premier. Some of the standard features found in the base LS trim include 18-inch steel wheels and automatic headlights. Interior highlights include cruise control, air-conditioning, and a tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel. Standard technological innovations are particularly impressive, with Chevy equipping their Impala with a six-speaker sound system, Bluetooth phone connectivity, a 4.2-inch color display, and a range of media inputs. Luxury features that can be found on the higher trims include leather upholstery, a rear spoiler, a sunroof, and 20-inch wheels.
The Impala has received high ratings in a variety of tests conducted by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety and government. Aiding the Impala in its great safety performance are standard features like stability/traction control, antilock brakes, front knee airbags, and more. Also standard is an OnStar system, which is subscription-based, and equips the Impala with an emergency assistance button, automatic crash notification, stolen vehicle assistance, and remote door unlock. Available safety features include a rearview camera, lane-departure warning, forward collision warning, and blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alerts. In tests performed by Edmunds, the Impala came to a complete stop from 60 miles per hour in just 114 feet, which is an impressive result within the segment.