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2016 Chevy Impala vs 2016 Nissan Altima near Chickasha, OK

The Impala Gives You More For Less

Road trips can be long if you don’t have the right features equipped on your vehicle. David Stanley Chevrolet is well aware that some manufacturers don’t properly supply their lower trim levels to make longer drivers more tolerable, but you won’t find that to be a problem in the Impala. To prove as much, we’ve put together a comparison between two top large sedans by way of the 2016 Chevy Impala vs the 2016 Nissan Altima near Chickasha, OK.

What primarily makes road trips fun are great people and a fantastic entertainment system. Inside even the base trim of the Impala, you’ll find six speakers so that the carefully crafted playlist you’re streaming via Bluetooth®1 connection is loud and clear for every passenger. What good is six speakers, though, if every pitter-patter of rain mingling with the drone of highway traffic is allowed into the cabin? The acoustic-laminated windshield and front-side glass of the Impala will be a damper on any sound that isn’t inside your own vehicle. The Nissan Altima doesn’t cater to these needs as well, providing only four speakers with no mention of any insulation.

The last thing you want to worry about while traveling across several different states is your safety and you’ll notice some big differences here between the 2016 Chevy Impala vs the 2016 Nissan Altima near Chickasha, OK. With 10 airbags2 in the Impala and Automatic Crash Notification courtesy of the OnStar® Guidance Plan3, you can know that your Impala’s got your back in case of an emergency. The 2016 Altima doesn’t provide as much security with only six airbags4 and no automatic crash notification until higher trim levels or extra packages.

We all love convenient features – the little things that make our lives just a tiny bit easier. They usually cost a pretty penny, though, but you won’t have to stare at them on higher trim levels on the Impala, because many are standard! You’ll find features like Remote Keyless Entry on the Chevy Impala, so when you’re running late in the morning you can just hope in the car and go. It also has cruise control with set and resume speed so this hypothetical road trip is relaxing, even for the driver. Top it off with the rear window defogger and 8-way power-adjustable driver seat with power lumbar control, and you’ll be a happy camper for however many hours you end up on the road. The Altima, however, doesn’t provide such conveniences until higher trim levels or forces you to buy extra packages.

David Stanley Chevrolet prides itself on our customer service and retention, which is why we were completely unafraid to pit the 2016 Chevy Impala vs the 2016 Nissan Altima near Chickasha, OK. We’re proud of our product and we think that you’ll love it from the very first test drive. Come by any time to take the Impala for a spin! 

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1. Go to my.chevrolet.com/learn to find out which phones are compatible with the vehicle.

2. A NOTE ON CHILD SAFETY: Always use safety belts and the correct restraint for your child’s age and size. Even in vehicles equipped with the Passenger Sensing System, children are safer when properly secured in a rear seat in the appropriate infant, child or booster seat. Never place a rear-facing infant restraint in the front seat of any vehicle equipped with a passenger air bag. See the Owner’s Manual and the child safety seat instructions for more safety information.

3. Visit onstar.com for coverage map, details and system limitations.

4. Always wear your seatbelt.