A completely redesigned exterior and interior offers more roominess, a standard 8” MyLink touch screen that is motorized (it rises up from the dashboard when you start the car) with Infotainment center, OnStar, streaming audio and satellite radio as well as in-car app options and Bluetooth connectivity. Contrast stitching adds a sporty flare to the interior, and the newly redesigned dashboard is sexy and sleek, too. New gauges, added storage cubbies and overall better design and interior trim will delight previous owners with this year’s Limited model. The 3.6-liter V6 engine (which can also be subbed out for an electric hybrid version, the Impala eAssist) makes 305 horsepower with 264 pound-feet of torque, and is an ideal upgrade for the Limited model this year (stock comes with a four-cylinder engine). Standard 18” alloy wheels with upgraded and far more responsive suspension enable better turning and improved handling overall for a much smoother morning commute to the workplace. A limited 3-year/36,000 mile warranty leaves something more to be wanted as far as reliability is concerned, but can be upgraded for an added cost.