2007 Chevrolet ImpalaBill - Charlotte, NC07/26/2010
The car was immaculate, with almost no wear/scratches in the paint, 31,000 miles, very well maintained by previous owner. New tires(Nexxen 7000 series). Getting 28 MPG on Interstate driving w/AC running. Seating is very firm, but then its not grandpa's Buick either. Good package, regardless of some of the media detractors out there.
The longer I own it, the more I love it.
2007 Chevrolet ImpalaPicky car buyer - Chicago08/31/2007
I bought my 2007 Impala 1LT with 15k miles on it. Now I have 21k, the more I drive it, the more I love it. I get amazing milage on the highway 33mpg - city driving 25mpg or more. - if in traffic jam, then 21mpg. I bought it for many reasons, the great transferrable fact. warranty, milage, ability to run on E85 ethanol, gasoline or any combination of them!, and the resonable price. I was also looking at many other cars, but really wanted a reason to buy a domestic car, and also get a great car at same time. 1st test drive sold me. much more solid feel than many 2007 imports I drove, how can I say no?
Yeah its very confortable, easy to to clean, Trunk is HUGE.. have never had so many strangers say "wow, nice car".. my only regret.. I only wish I bought a Impala LTZ with all the goodies!!!! but I know, without question, my next car (in probably 10 years or so) will be a chevy Impala LTZ.
The Very Best
2007 Chevrolet ImpalaKathy - Massachusetts10/09/2008
The very best car I have ever had. The best in just every way you can think of.
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