The Chevy Impala is a well known name. It was first introduced in 1958, and it was a huge full sized car. That was the vibe of the era. Huge, luxurious cars with big gas eating engines. What many people don’t know is the Impala was made from 1958 to 1985, with a discontinuance in production until 1994 through 1996. It was brought back in 2000 as a mid sized front wheel drive car.
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It seems that everyone knows what a small block Chevy engine is, or a big block Chevy engine. It seems strange to me, but those engines are becoming phased out for smaller more efficient engines. I grew up with the aforementioned engines. I’m particularly fond of the old big blocks, my Buick wagon has a 5.7 liter small block engine with Vortec fuel injection.
The new Impala, from 2000 and on use front wheel drive engines. Transverse mounted engines, that is. Transverse is the terminology used for front wheel drive cars. With only one V8 engine in the current lineup, the Impala is now a fuel efficient gas saving semi luxury car.
The popular engines being used the most in this car are:
1. 3.5 liter LZE V6 gasoline engine. LZE 3500 is a OHV [overhead valve] flex-fuel motor used from 2006 and on in the Impala and Monte Carlo.
2. 3.6 liter LFX V6 gasoline engine. A brand new engine just offered in 2012.
3. 3.9 liter LZ9 or LZG V6 engine. A 3900cc engine with VVT [variable valve timing] and VLIM [variable length intake manifold] increasing fuel flow and turbulence.
4. 5.3 liter V8 LS4 engine. This LS4 is a modern day small block engine. Not the engine with the same numeral as in the 1970’s. It uses an aluminum intake manifold to save weight.
Fortunately the Chevy Small block is perhaps the most common engine of it’s era, rebuilt or remanufactured engines are very inexpensive when you consider the long-term value a rebuild offers. It’s inexpensive compared to many other brands of car engines too.
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