What is the difference between Chevrolet Impala LTZ and LTZ limited?
I can't seem to locate what the difference would be. Thanks.
It's the interior trim of the car. I rented an Impala recently. The V6 V VT engine in that car is extremely responsive and powerful. Got pretty decent mileage for the Six, I was pleasantly surprised. Only gripes about this car are the RIDICULOUS side mirrors. They are way too small. The car is almost too powerful, you have to watch it. It can and probably will spin out from you in the rain. Very nice riding car and extremely quiet. One final thing, we had cloth seats and over time they were not that comfortable. If you're thinking of buying this car, I would rent it for a week and see how much you like it. They're easily rentable at any major place. Good luck.
I realize the original question is old, but in case anyone else wants more info. The LTZ trim level is about identical, but in the Limited it may have cloth seats vs top of the line leather. The real difference is that the Impala Limited line uses the previous body style and was only sold to fleets such as rental car outlets and police. The Impala (without the Limited tag) uses the newer body style.
The LTZ is the top line interiors and other accessories for a top line car.You would think anytime LTZ is attached to a car it is top of the line.So,the limited has only some of the accessories found on the LTZ.LTZ Limited is quite confusing.
Again, since this is an old post, I apologize for reviving it, but I hope to correct the info. As pointed out, it's the body style. The LIMITED is just GM's way of designating the previous body style once the newer style came out. The LIMITED were often sold as fleet cars to companies. The LTZ package and LIMITED have nothing to do with each other. The LTZ denotes the features of the car, not the body style. I own an 2016 Impala Limited LTZ and it is fully loaded - Bose sound, power leather heated seats, sunroof, alloy rims, spoiler, remote start, 6-speed automatic trans, dual tailpipes, fog lights, and so on. But, because it is the LIMITED, it is the older body style. I suspect it has something to do with either the popularity of the older style in focus group research, or they are still trying to depreciate the cost of the older tooling and get their money's worth from it. Judging by the number of years the older body has been around (and virtually unchanged), it's probably the popularity.