What to expect at the dealer:
The 2019 Impala remains on sale in decent numbers. As usual, the mid-level LT is quite popular with buyers and easiest to locate.
The carryover 2020 has started arriving at dealers and already carries a cash rebate. The base LS trim has been dropped, so the base MSRP is $3,600 higher.
Production will end in January 2020 as part of GM's move away from passenger cars.
Current offers are available on a national basis and will expire October 31, 2019 unless otherwise noted.
Ways to save:
Chevy now offers a $1,750 rebate on the 2019 Impala to all buyers, a $750 increase over last month. In addition, all buyers qualify for discounted GM Supplier Pricing this month. This works out to a savings of $2,881 on the top-shelf Premiere, for example.
The incoming 2020 Impala carries a flat $1,250 rebate for everyone.
What to expect on a lease:
As before, you can lease a 2019 Impala LT from $359 for 39 months (10,000 miles a year) with $4,819 due at signing.
The effective monthly cost works out to $483, which is far from a good value in our book. Purchasing certainly makes more sense this month.
Upgrading to the 2020 Impala LT will cost $30 more a month.
APR offers on pause:
Chevy has withdrawn promotional financing for the time being, but we expect discounted rates to return at some point before the Impala sells out. For now, see your dealer for a rate quote.