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The Chevrolet Impala is easily recognized as a family car since it has the same kind of stylishness that families are looking for in modern automobiles. Although the Impala was introduced to the USA in 1959, it was actually made in Mexico by General Motors. The reason for this was that Mexican labor cost less than American labor and so General Motors could produce a lower-priced car in the USA. The first model of the Impala was also made in Mexico, but it was not until later that the car would gain its reputation as a family car.
Over the years the Impala model has gone through several changes, first introduced in North America, the model was changed to the small block sedan and then to the mid-size model that we know today. Other changes over the years have included the addition of a manual sunroof, air suspension, and wider wheels. Although the look of the car may have changed over the years but its quality and dependability has never been lacking.
Many people choose to purchase a Chevrolet Impala as a classic because of the durability of the vehicle. As you may be aware, cars begin to show signs of wearing after several years of hard use. With the sturdy body of the Impala this problem is easily corrected. In addition, it is worth noting that despite being such a reliable family car, the Impala has only managed to attract a tiny following of true fans. Perhaps it is for these very reasons that the Impala is considered such a classic.