What Is the Difference Between a Chevrolet Impala LS & LT?
Chevrolet first introduced its full-size Impala model in 1958, aiming at middle-class consumers who craved the feel of a luxury car at an affordable price. For 2010, the Chevrolet Impala comes in three trims, the LS, the LT and the slightly more powerful LTZ.
Although engine and performance of the LS and LT are the same, there are a few important differences.
Engine and Fuel Economy
The LS and LT models of the 2010 Chevrolet Impala come equipped with a 3.5-litre, V6 engine with 216 horsepower at 4,000rpm. A four-speed automatic transmission is standard on both models. Fuel economy for both models is 19mpg in the city and 29mpg on the highway.
According to the Chevrolet website, the differences in the LS and LT models begin with features available inside the vehicles. Dual Zone climate control is only available on the LT. In addition, front floor mats and rear floor mats come standard with the LT, but are options on the LS. Power passenger seats, pass-through rear seats and a power tilt sliding sunroof are only available with the LT model.
- According to the Chevrolet website, the differences in the LS and LT models begin with features available inside the vehicles.
- In addition, front floor mats and rear floor mats come standard with the LT, but are options on the LS.
The LT model's standard features include heated mirrors, aluminium wheels, fog lamps and a rear spoiler, none of which are available on the LS model.
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