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The Impala was Chevrolet’s most expensive passenger model through 1965, and had become the best-selling automobile in the United States.
For its debut in 1958, the Impala was distinguished from other models by its symmetrical triple taillights, which returned from 1960 to 1996. The Caprice was introduced as a top-line Impala Sport Sedan for model year 1965, later becoming a separate series positioned above the Impala in 1966, which, in turn, remained above the Bel Air and the Biscayne. The Impala continued as Chevrolet’s most popular full-size model through the mid-1980s. Between 1994 and 1996, the Impala was revised as a 5.7-liter V8–powered version of the Caprice Classic sedan.
In 2000, the Impala was reintroduced again as a mainstream front-wheel drive Hi-Mid sedan. As of February 2014, the 2014 Impala ranked number one among Affordable Large Cars in U.S. News & World Report’s rankings. When the current tenth generation of the Impala was introduced for the 2014 model year, the ninth generation was rebadged as the Impala Limited and sold only to fleet customers through 2016. As of the 2015 model year, both versions are sold in the United States and Canada, with the current-generation Impala also sold in the Middle East, the People Republic of China, and South Korea.
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In 2007, The Impala Began To Replace The Monte Carlo On The NASCAR Stock Car Racing Circuit; More Specifically, On All The Scheduled Racing Events Where NASCAR Has Mandated The Use Of A Car With Different (And Some) New Specifications, Better Known As The Car Of Tomorrow.
The 2012 NASCAR Season Marked The End Of Use Of The Impala Nameplate On Stock Cars. Starting In 2013, Chevrolet Drivers Began Driving The Holden VF Commodore SSV Based Chevrolet SS For 2013 In Sprint Cup.