2015 Chevrolet ImpalaStewart Halbig - Rio Rancho, NM01/31/2016
Strong driver. Good power. So far okay gas mileage although not broken in yet, but no real complaints on that score. Love the interior. Seating is comfortable. Excellent roominess. So far only one two gripes. Radio isn't working properly, but will be fixed. Bluetooth doesn't belong in this car. It is a hopeless system. That being said, will probably turn it off completely and never use it.
Why Doesn't G.M. advertise this car?
2014 Chevrolet ImpalaJeff Jack - Columbus, OH10/14/2017
This redesign is not the old boring rental car. It is properly engineered. My mechanic took it for a drive and called his wife to tell her that he had finally found a car he wanted to buy. There are cheaper cars on the market, but I could not find any that were a better value for what you get.
Very nice car.
2003 Chevrolet ImpalaChuck - Richmond, VA12/26/2007
I have a 2004 Impala with the 3.4 engine. It was a lease return with 11K miles when I bought it. I've owned it for almost a year now and haven't had any problems at all. It averages 26-28 mpg and on a trip gets 30-33 mpg. Lots of room and comfortable on long trips. Has a nice ride and handles well in the cruves too. Can't say anything bad about this car.
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