2007 Chevrolet ImpalaRitchi Rich - Las Vegas NV07/22/2009
Had an 01 Impala that was better looking in style by far The car is generic but dependable Looked at the Pontiac Grand Prix which was fancier The one thing that really bugs me about this car is that when the radio is on it does not give you the TIME it stays displaying the station you are on. Every car I have ever owned reverts to the time when the radio is playing. The A/C controls are hard to play with and drive at the same time, otherwise it stops goes just fine.If you do not get the wing on the trunk the car looks alot like all the other generic cars out there.
Great Car for the Price
2008 Chevrolet ImpalaRobin - Huffman, TX12/08/2009
It provides comfort and room for my 6'6" husband at a very affordable price. Very pleased with the car.
Good car for the budget-minded
2009 Chevrolet Impalavasteelersfan - Virginia07/30/2010
We recently purchased an Impala after finding my 2001 Acura to no longer be reliable (after a $3500 rebuilt tranny and many brake issues). We found the Impala to be nicely appointed for the price which was our main concern as we don't have lots of money to throw around. Not only were we pleased with the cost we also liked the sleek exterior (especially for a family sedan) and the pep of the V6. We very pleased that we no longer had to gas up with premium gas and we still got better mileage than the Acura. The interior is very roomy and comfortable and the trunk space is phenominal! Overall I enjoy driving my Impala, but to be truthful there are some shortcomings. First and foremost are the brakes - under normal conditions they're fine, but driving through mountains or very hilly areas is downright scary. If you try to slow down coming downhill, prepare yourself for violent vibrations once the brakes get heated up. In addition, some genius at Chevy decided it would be a good idea not to cut power to the cigarette lighter/power outlets if a device is plugged in. So basically, you're draining your battery if you leave anything like your cell phone charger, GPS, etc. plugged in...NOT GOOD! Lastly, the door springs are set so tight, the doors slam shut with little effort. Yeah, that's a little nitpicky, but I'm afraid one day the door is going to take off a finger! Again, overall I still think it's a good vehicle (especially for what I paid!), but it would be a great one if Chevy would work on these design flaws.
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