Before Chevrolet launched the award-winning 2014 Impala, the automaker’s flagship sedan held just 6.9 percent of the retail market share. Since the redesigned 2014 model arrived at dealerships like Wiesner of Huntsville, its market share has grown tremendously.
By the end of this year’s first quarter, the all-new Impala reported a market share of 14.7 percent, a leap of almost eight percent and a 113 percent growth over the sales reported during the same period last year.
Folks, we have a winner.
What has made the 2014 Chevy Impala so much more enticing for new car buyers? The sedan offers valuable performance wrapped in sophisticated design.
“The Impala is an example of everything that customers can continue to expect from Chevrolet products,” said Steve Majoros, marketing director for Chevy’s cars and crossovers. “We’re building the best vehicles in our history. If you’ve never visited a Chevrolet dealership before, now is the time.”
Of course, we would have to agree, especially with the 2015 bi-fuel Impala on its way. So we’ll see you soon then?