The Impala is back — again. This spring, as Chevrolet resurrects one of the most successful badges in American motoring history, it's betting that 200,000 buyers a year will want to park the historic marque in their garages. That's a lot of Impalas. A lot more, at least, than the last generation — the Caprice-based, enthusiast-pleasing Impala SS — sold, but only a fraction of the over-1 million it sold at its peak in 1965. Then again, it's difficult to gauge the 2000 Impala's sales ...

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