The 2006 Chevrolet Impala hasn't made quite the same splash the Chrysler 300 has, but by the looks of the latest revision it should outsell its competitor. In fact, it may very well continue to outsell the competition from other U.S. makes. We've heard positive things about the new Impala from Edmunds, the Car Connection, and the Big 4 print magazines. You could almost predict that the new Impala would sell better than its predecessor based on looks alone. The updated exterior and interior are current while still maintaining a low-key appearance. The center stack looks modern, and is a welcome improvement over the typical GM approach of yore. While GM's offering is not an entirely fresh one, like Ford or Chrysler's big sedans, it is further indication that the car is making a solid resurgence in the eyes of U.S. automakers.
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