On its last lap:
The carryover 2020 Impala remains in decent supply and already carries a factory rebate. The base LS trim has been dropped, so the base MSRP is $3,600 higher.
The 2019 Impala is still on sale, but it's going fast. Act now to take advantage of year-end pricing.
Production ended last month as part of GM's move away from passenger cars. No replacement is planned.
Current offers are available on a national basis and will expire March 2, 2020 unless otherwise noted. Chevy often enhances incentives for Presidents' Day weekend.
Cash off the top:
The 2019 Impala comes with a $2,000 factory rebate for all buyers. The amount on the 2020 Impala is $1,500.
These rebates are lower than usual, but that's to be expected since production has ended. There's no risk of excess inventory this year.
What to expect on a lease:
Like last month, you can lease a 2020 Impala LT from $389 for 39 months (10,000 miles a year) with $2,899 due at signing.
The effective monthly cost works out to $463, which is lower than some previous offers, but still not a good value in our book. Purchasing certainly makes more sense this month.
Lease offers on the 2019 Impala have ended.
In-between APR offers:
Financing promotions on the 2019 Impala have ended, and they haven't started yet on the 2020 Impala. We expect Chevy to offer discounted rates on the 2020s within the next few months. For now, see your dealer for a rate quote.