Chevy Impala is No. 1 Vehicle in Seven States
According to a recent study from Insurify.com, different regions of the U.S. manifest different vehicle trends. For instance, the Nissan Altima is the most popular car in southern states such as Texas and Louisianna. And the Ford Explorer ranks first in Alaska, Montana, and Wyoming. For the north-central part of the nation, though, the Chevy Impala reigns supreme.
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The American-made Impala
The Impala was the most popular vehicle model in the following seven states: North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, and Wisconsin. This trend speaks to the Midwest region’s loyalty to homegrown brands, both inside and outside of the auto industry, as Insurify.com points out. And given these states’ proximity to Detroit, Michigan, it’s not hard to see why many consumers chose Chevrolet when picking their vehicle.
Appealing features of the 2019 Impala
Though Chevy has confirmed that it will discontinue the Impala after this year, there’s still time to nab a 2019 model for yourself. Here are just six reasons why the Impala might be so popular with Midwest consumers.
- Won the Kelly Blue Book’s 5-Year Cost to Own award for the full-size car category
- Made the 20 Roomiest Sedans in 2019 list from U.S. News & World Report
- Boasts a 5-Star Overall Vehicle Score from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
- Provides a range of available driver-assist technologies, such as Forward Collision Alert, Forward Automatic Braking, and Lane Departure Warning
- Offers the option of six USB ports
- Achieves 29 miles per gallon on the highway, thanks to a fuel-sipping 2.50liter engine with stop/start technology
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News Source: Insurify.com
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