|2017 Chevy Impala||2017 Ford Taurus|
|3.6-liter, V-6||Engine||3.5-liter, V-6|
|Six-speed Auto||Transmission||Six-speed Auto|
|10.7 L/100 km||Comb. Fuel Consumption||11.2 L/100 km|
2017 Chevy Impala vs. 2017 Ford Taurus
Don Wheaton customers that value a spacious, well-equipped full-size sedan with strong perform would have a hard time going wrong with the Chevy Impala. The automaker has done so well with the design of the Chevy sedan that it has changed very little since its last major redesign. For the current model year, buyers shopping around this class of the automotive industry will, at some point, need to make the comparison of the 2017 Chevy Impala vs. 2017 Ford Taurus. Each of the sedans has something to offer potential buyers, but as an overall package, the 2017 Impala is more than capable of outclassing its opponent.
Both vehicles are going to rate highly on any objective list in terms of cabin space and materials. However, the devil is in the details. Owners of the 2017 Impala will be getting a more advanced suite of technology to use on trips. The famous 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot is at the top of the list, naturally. However, the 2017 Impala goes on to add the ability to pair Apple and Android mobile devices with the available eight-inch Chevy MyLink infotainment system. People with long commutes will love the ability to use their favorite apps without having to look away from the road. Connectivity solutions for the 2017 Taurus seem to be limited to basic features like Bluetooth.
Performance of the 2017 Impala
Having an engine that is willing to accelerate is an important feature for a full-size sedan. Both the 2017 Chevy Impala and 2017 Ford Taurus use V-6 engines, however, the Impala enjoys a sizeable performance advantage. Under the hood of many versions of the 2017 Chevy Impala sits a 3.6-liter, V-6 engine making more than 300 horsepower and 264 pound-feet of torque. By comparison, the V-6 engine used by the 2017 Taurus tops out will under the 300-horsepower mark. Furthermore, Don Wheaton customers interested in taking home the 2017 Impala can choose a four-cylinder engine which produces nearly 200 horsepower or a system where the can be powered by compressed natural gas.