2003 Chevrolet ImpalaJustin - Statesville, NC02/18/2008
I bought a 2003 model back 2 years ago. This car has gave me problems ever since. The steering wheel started making a poping noise when you turn the wheel. Which after researching I found is a known issue from the Factory which is showing up on these cars. Now the Transmission is shifting hard and leaking fluid. Trust me I perform regular maintenance on all my vehicles. But it did not help on this one. The ride is good but everything else is poor. I WOULD NOT SUGGEST THIS CAR FOR ANYONE.
Fantastic fun and safe car for a great price
2012 Chevrolet ImpalaRyan - Rockford, IL02/14/2015
Very reliable and well built car. Drives very smoothly and gas pedal is responsive and not hard to push compared to older models. Very fun to drive and car shifts smoothly through the gears and gets up to speed quickly. Innovative technology has improved the gas mileage a lot if your easy on the gas pedal the car can switch to 3 cylinders coasting to save gas and all the interior options are fantastic including the Bose audio system which can increase volume due to driving noise as needed. Very safe care from the design and all the way to the on star which can call help if a crash is detected or can even unlock your car or send turn by turn directions to your car. The Impala LTZ is great fully loaded remote start even though it heats up fas
Great car, great value
2015 Chevrolet ImpalaRobert Fleet - Amelia, VA08/29/2016
We compared to cars costing much more, Japanese, European, and American. Better interior room than Taurus, a little less expensive and sportier driving than Lacrosse, comparable to Avalon but 5-10k less, couldn't find a better combination of room, quality, driving feel, and value.
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