2014 Chevrolet Impala Vs. 2013 Ford Taurus
The 2014 Chevy Impala vs. the 2013 Ford Taurus
The Impala has long been a flagship nameplate in Chevy’s line-up, representing the peak of luxury, performance, and above all affordability. Completely redesigned for the 2014 model year, the new Impala looks and performs better than ever. We’re pleased to offer the 2014 Chevy Impala at Cox Chevy near Tampa, in Bradenton.
The 2013 Ford Taurus, another competitor in the full-sized sedan class, is another model often considered by drivers looking at the Impala. It’s good to shop around, but when it comes to what you get for your money, the Impala may be the more appealing deal to some drivers.
The Impala Offers the Better Value
In this comparison, we will be looking at the 2014 Impala LT 2LT and the 2013 Taurus SEL, two similarly-priced models. Despite no great difference in the price tag, Chevy is still able to offer Impala drivers many standard features that are not available on the Taurus SEL. These include:
- Integrated turn signals in the mirrors
- Brake assist
- A remote trunk release
- Rear climate control
- A tire pressure monitoring system
Drivers in the Impala LT 2LT also have the option of adding a premium sound system, a universal home remote, and wheel locks, three features not available at all on the Taurus SEL.
Both the Impala LT 2LT and the Taurus SEL are equipped with a V6 engine. Despite providing more horsepower than the Taurus, the Impala maintains an edge in terms of fuel economy. Impala V6 drivers get an estimated 29 mpg highway, compared to the 26 mpg on the Taurus V6 model.
Test the 2014 Impala at Cox Chevy
We’re sure you’ll be pleased with what the 2014 Chevy Impala has to offer and how it performs. We invite you to stop by Cox Chevy in Bradenton to get a closer look. We’re located at 2900 Cortez Road West, just a quarter mile to the west of the Sweetbay Supermarket, a short trip from Tampa via I-75 South. If you have any questions about the redesigned Impala, please contact the dealership.