The new Impala missed plenty of sales in January and February. Nice colors, Red, Silver Topaz with V-6, and premium package seem to be sold out in Florida, there is no excuse for this. How about where you live? Pull it up on the car buying websites, you can hardly find a Silver Topaz or Red Impala or one with the V-6.
The Impala outsells its competitors like the Avalon and Azera. But the Avalon and Azera had sales gains in January and February, probably because the Impala ran low low on stock in the popular packages. Try to find the Impalas at your local Chevrolet dealer. Its a challenge. One Chevrolet dealer parked them in the back and seems to lack space for the Impala in the front of the dealership. Walk on the black top around the back of the dealer to find the ONE silver topaz Impala and its only in the entry level interior/exterior package with 4 cylinders.
Chevrolet is missing plenty of car business again. Some dealers have buried the cars by blocking the view with trucks and SUVs, so who can find the cars?
Meanwhile the competition opened new dealerships with more open frontal space to take Chevrolet's business. Too many Chevrolet dealers have backyard storage for their inventory, some are older, while the competition has it displayed front and center. Its difficult to drive through some older Chevrolet dealers in central Florida, and there's not much space for customers to enter. The customers have to circle the building in some cases on foot to find inventory. How can anyone buy a vehicle and shop like that when the competition is making it easy to enter their dealerships?
Chevrolet is missing business, and should clear out slow selling packages and colors, and refresh their inventory.