Chevrolet plans to sell 5,000 to 7,000 of its new Impala sedans (see related story p.6) to law enforcement officials in 1999. And beginning in 2000, Chevrolet expects that number to climb to between 15,000 and 25,000 units annually. Law enforcement authorities who had the opportunity to drive the new Impala walked away with a good feeling about the car, says Don Parkinson, Impala brand manager. “They've been impressed with the space and with the handling,” he says. Mr. Parkinson admits ...

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