The 2014 Chevy Impala vs. the 2013 Chrysler 300
Thanks to an aggressive redesign, the 2014 Chevy Impala is becoming one of the more popular vehicles in Bradenton and Tampa. Signature bold Chevy styling is matched by tough power and smooth performance, as well as a full suite of modern safety features. This makes the Impala a strong choice regardless of what angle your coming at it from.
The 2-13 Chrysler 300 is another option for drivers looking for a four-door, full-sized sedan. With a more diverse set of comfort and multimedia options, the Impala may be a better choice for many drivers. It also has a more youthful look to it than the Chrysler 300, a spirit that lives up to the name “Impala.”
The 2014 Impala LTZ and the 2013 Chrylser 300C are both similarly priced and come with V6 engines with similar power ratings. There are several key options, though, which come standard or are available on the Impala LTZ that you can’t get on the 300C. These include:
- A power tilting and sliding sunroof
- An onboard, handsfree communication system, allowing you to access the functions of Chevrolet’s MyLink system with just your voice
- Rear climate control
- A rear spoiler
- Brake assist
- Wheel locks
And while available as an addition on the 300C, these features come standard on the Impala LTZ:
- Xenon HID headlights
- Rear parking assist
- Integrated turn signals in the mirror
Take the 2014 Impala Out for a Test Drive
Drivers in the Tampa area are continually impressed with how the Impala looks and feels. If you would like to explore it for yourself, visit our dealership in Bradenton. We’re located at 2900 Cortez Road West, just a quick drive from many communities around Tampa, Sarasota, and St. Petersburg. Feel free to give us a call, too, with any questions.