The ’70 Chevy Impala: Never underestimate the value of Impala’s resale value
Among the major items that set Impala apart from other cars in its class is resale value. So you not only get more car for your money when you buy Impala, but traditionally more money when you sell it.
If this suggests to you that there are substantial differences between Impala and its competition, you’re getting the message.
Here are some cases in point:
Side-guard door beam, a way we surround you with heavy steel rails wherever you go to give you a feeling of added security.
A basic 250-hp 350-cubic-inch V8 that delivers premium performance on regular fuel (with other regular fuel V8s available up to 400 cubic inches).
Inner fenders that fend off salt and dirt to keep the outer fenders looking spruce and new.
Flush and dry rocker panels that use the action of wind and rain to retard rust.
Aluminized exhaust system that lasts longer and stays quieter.
A steel wall between the luggage and passenger compartments instead of a plywood divider.
Isn’t it funny that used car buyers are willing to pay extra for these Impala features, yet they cost nothing extra on a new Impala?