I would recommend this vehicle to anyone. I love the smooth drive of it aas well as it's features. I rented one prior to purchase and I knew that it was the car for me. It has not dissappointed.
2011 chevy Impala
2011 Chevrolet Impalabigswole - Virginia09/18/2012
I am very happy with my impala. It is a very comfortable car. It has lots of trunk space which comes in handy when travelling. It drives very nice.There are a few draw backs i have noticed about the car. One it does have blind spots. The steering is kind of stiff, the engine is not as powerful as i would like it to be and the windows are small. Over all i still like the car very much. the small windows look cool but are a little inconvenient at times.
2011 Chevrolet ImpalaMom of 5 - Lancaster, Pa10/15/2012
I have owned two impalas in my lifetime and it is a great car! I would buy more if I had the money! It's comfortable, roomy, and drives so smooth! Couldn't ask for a better car!
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