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impala

an extraordinarily agile antelope about 3 ft high, with long, lyre-shaped horns on the male. Called also Aepyceros melampus.
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The Impala may not fetch you a good price in the secondhand market, but if you are looking for a true SUV alternative then this should be your first choice.
Strong acceleration gives the Impala the fortitude required to negotiate city traffic, merge onto freeways with the flow of traffic or climb mountain grades, and the car feels powerful in any and every situation.
5-litre Impala with stop/start yields an EPA-estimated fuel economy of 22 mpg city, 31 for the highway and 25 combined.
Impala has always stood for elegance and exclusivity, and the all-new 2014 model more than lives up to this reputation.
The full-size, five-passenger Impala also received the top, overall, five-out-of-five-stars rating from the federal government for occupant protection in safety crash testing.
The 2014 Impala has spacious front and rear legroom as well as generous storage.
Inside, the 2014 Impala offers ultimate comfort in a quiet environment with spacious front and rear legroom as well as generous storage.
All of a sudden the impala jumped out of the bushes and then someone yelled 'it is in the car'.
The Commission had made its green light for the EMI-Universal merger conditional on the divestment to a single operator of two-thirds of the assets - including national catalogues and Parlophone - and the rest to smaller label," Helen Smith, executive chair of IMPALA, told Europolitics.
Originally introduced in 1958, the Impala went on to become one of the most loved cars in America, being a bestseller and a star in many popular movies and TV shows.
South African photographers have caught the moment a herd of impala run straight into a waiting leopard.
Or, like Kevin Parker, the man behind Perth-based psych band Tame Impala, you could make a temporary escape.