What year was the first Chevrolet Impala Limited LT made?

I’ve always been a fan of the Chevy Impala, but I can’t afford the investment in a classic. I’ve decided to settle for just the name, but I noticed an Impala Limited as well. Specifically, I saw an Impala Limited LT for sale, and I was wondering what the earliest year for this model was?

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Answer provided by
Sarah Gray
Answered on May 06, 2022
When Chevrolet introduced the Impala in 1958, they unveiled a classic. Unfortunately, it didn’t quite have the staying power of models like the Corvette, and the first model year for the Chevrolet Impala Limited LT was 2014.
The Impala Limited LT featured:
  • 3.6L V6 flex-fuel powertrain
  • Front-wheel drive
  • One-touch power windows
  • Simulated wood trim
The Impala Limited LT quickly became a staple in rental car fleets as it offered an affordable option for a full-size sedan. Since you can only buy them used, they’ll also be an affordable option where car insurance is concerned.
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