Choosing your new sedan can be an overwhelming experience. Not only does it mean choosing the model that you want, but the trim level and interior features. Today, we're taking a close look at two of the most popular choices on the road, the 2017 Toyota Camry and the 2017 Chevy Impala. Read on to see the differences in standard engines, fuel economy ratings and interior features.
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Both the 2017 Camry and the 2017 Impala come with a standard 2.5-liter inline-four-cylinder engine under the hood of the base trim. Both sedans also produce over 175 horsepower, giving them a responsive feel. However, when it comes to fuel economy, the 2017 Camry out performs the 2017 Impala both in the city and on the highway. For drivers looking to get the most miles for every gallon, the 2017 Camry's 33 highway mpg rating will race ahead of the competition.
Standard interior features can make for a more comfortable and convenient daily driving experience, and both the 2017 Camry and the 2017 Impala come with quite a few high-tech features. Both sedans offer a standard six-speaker audio system, Bluetooth compatibility for connecting smartphones and making hand-free phone calls, steering wheel mounted audio controls and more. Those looking to enjoy the extra innovative features available for drivers of the 2017 Camry can choose a model with technology like a voice-activated navigation system, rear view camera monitor, blind spot monitoring system and more.