10th Generation (2014—2019) Impala Problems

This generations ranks 50th out of 85 Chevrolet generations in reliability and is generally a good bet. Owners have the most complaints about the interior (26%), engine (11%), and the transmission (11%). We've listed some of the most recent complaints below, see them all on CarComplaints.com.

  1. Hesitation 5 complaints at an average of 22,650 miles in the 2015 Chevrolet Impala.
  2. Headlight Coverage 3 complaints at an average of 10,200 miles in the 2014 Chevrolet Impala.
  3. Poor Transmission Response 5 complaints at an average of 24,189 miles in the 2014 Chevrolet Impala.

What Impala Year is Most Reliable?

Generations are a good baseline for prediciting reliability, but there will almost always be year-to-year differences. We've calculated a reliability score for each model year within this generation, but we've based that score on how the model year compares to all Chevrolet model years.

Watch out for the 2014 model year which has the highest PainRank™ score in this generation.

Year Complaints Recalls TSBs PainRank (?)
2019 0 1 4 0.0
2018 3 1 169 1.47
2017 3 0 402 1.93
2016 6 0 592 3.69
2015 25 3 916 12.15
2014 99 12 1253 27.21

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