Completely overhauled and redesigned, the tenth-generation Chevrolet Impala does indeed deliver as promised. A newer dashboard offers the 4.2” touchscreen (upgradeable to a larger size) Infotainment interface, which also can link your smartphone via Bluetooth and that features streaming music as well as satellite radio, in addition to onboard GPS navigation system. The four-cylinder engine makes 195 horsepower with 187 pound-feet of torque, but can be upgraded to a more robust V6 at 305 horsepower; a hybrid option found in the Impala eAssist is also available at an added cost. 18” wheels are standard across all three trim levels, as is keyless entry, OnStar, six-speaker sound system and automatic headlights. Upgrade to the Convenience package and you get a backup camera, larger touchscreen console and cargo net, amongst other options. The 60/40-split-folding back seats can offer added cargo room for days where you are transporting more items than usual. The included and limited factory warranty of just 3-years/36,000 miles is not enough to offer long term comfort, but can be upgraded at a reasonable cost. An all-around sedan, this car offers comfort, safety and convenience for an economical price.