2009 Chevrolet ImpalaChevy 23 - Ft Washington, Maryland03/09/2011
I purchased the vehicle in may 2009, now I have less than 25,000 mi , fuel pump replaced thanks to warranty no out of pocket just time consuming; the seats are not comfortable abd the quality of the cloth seat cover is more to be desired, they are very thin a looks cheesy, lady don't ride with purse on seat it will look like another person has been riding regular. the radio reception is bad when the heater is on. Gas miles are good on hwy with cruise control but city miles is about 13 to 14 mpg. the paint is peeling on the hood
2009 Impala LT
2009 Chevrolet Impalaholdorf333 - Colorado08/06/2010
Big, comfortable, gets great milage (30+) and is often asked about. It has a lot of features for the money. If you have to option of leather seating and seat heaters, DO IT. The flip-n-fold seating is one of the best features of the interior. Good car and easy to like. One problem: people will drive oddly around you due to police using the same model of car.
Overall Great Car!
2009 Chevrolet Impalainfamousteph - Houston, Texas07/20/2010
I have a 2008 impala and it has been good to me. The only problem that I have noticed (along with alot of other people I know who own the same car) is the locks. The locks go out pretty quickly where your remote will not unlock all four doors usually leaving one or two stuck locked no matter how many times you hit the unlock button on your remote. It is irritating to have to manually lock these doors or unlock them for that matter. I do wish the front grill were a little more fierce...its kinda a "pansy" grill. Despite those small issues the car runs great, performs great and was an incredible price compared to other cars that are very similar to it. It is roomy and has the biggest trunk. I would probably buy it again but with some kind of warranty that will repair those pesky locks!
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