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I would have loved to get the most recent generation when I purchased my Impala last year. All the reviews rave about the newer Impalas (2014-2019). Still can't believe it has had such a decline in sales and is being terminated.
What I eneded up getting was the 2016 Limited version of the previous generation that they kept making until mid 2016 for rental agencies. Since mine was manufactured in May 2016, it may be one of the last of that generation Impala to be produced. The drivetrain is essentially the same as the new generation, but per all the online reviews, the fit and finish was lacking. It has a few of the modern features like remote start, mp3 plug in, and sirius radio (I always drive used cars, so to me, these are new fangled features).
Still, for the $5,000 less than the cost of the same year next genration Impala, I got a great car with low miles and a certified warranty. I will just have to look longingly at all the "last??" generation of Impalas I see driving around. Despite the low sales numbers, I live in Michigan, so American branded cars like the Impala and Taurus are all over the place.
Adding a singature only because I am tired of being shown my incomplete account setup.