Its design received mixed reviews and it was given ambitious sales goals in a segment dominated by such stalwart nameplates as Camry and Taurus. But Impala's return to the family sedan market so far is paying off for Chevrolet. Between 80%-85% of Impala's year-to-date sales through November (68,076) are retail deliveries, while competitors Ford Taurus and Dodge Intrepid maintain about a 50% retail rate, Chevrolet executives say. The automaker plans to maintain that retail-to-fleet ratio in ...

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