2015 Chevrolet ImpalaPaul Arends - Vernon Hills, IL09/02/2015
I am 6'1" and I am able to get into the car. That is with my neck being fused. Very comfortable. Drivers seat is electric. I am able to adjust the seat up and down. It also has a lumbar support that I can adjust. I have the 3.6 with 300 horse power. No problem with getting onto the tollway. It is a comfortable car.
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.
The Best Impala Ever
2013 Chevrolet ImpalaAlex Santoy - Spring, TX05/20/2015
I would definitely recommend buying this car if you are looking for something, spacious, luxurious, FAST, stylish, and great on gas! The car rides smooth, and is very responsive when you need to utilize the 302 horsepower hidden under the hood courtesy of the 3.6 liter engine (the same engine is found in RS Camaro's). The inside is very spacious, the leather seats are very plush and comfortable, and the information center keeps you informed on your car's performance. XM radio makes the deal even sweeter, it makes me want to go drive around with the windows down and just go cruising! I have owned an 04 Impala LS, and a 97 Z28, and by far this Impala is my favorite and fastest vehicle I have ever owned. A fast grocery getter, seats 5 easy.
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