How Much Did a 1961 Chevy Impala Cost New?  

When the 1961 Chevy Impala first graced the showroom floors, it carried the promise of American automotive luxury  

and performance at a price that was accessible to a broad segment of consumers.

The base two-door sedan started at a modest $2,5361, a figure that, when adjusted for inflation, underscores the value offered by Chevrolet during that era.

The SS409 variant, a high-performance model that became an icon among muscle cars, was priced at $3,9862.

This price included the powerful 409 cubic inch V8 engine, a four-speed manual transmission,  

and the Super Sport package with its additional features and badging.

The 1961 Impala was not just a car; it was a symbol of status and style, a testament to the era’s love affair with the open road.