I have heard reviews that say the style of this car is vanilla, and I agree to some extent, but I see it as a clean cut looking car that has a semi sporty look to it. I really enjoy opening up the 3.5 liter V6 as my previous car had an old 24 valve v4. When you get used to the way it shifts it becomes a pretty quick car. The stock exhaust sounds pretty good too. I love the comfort it brings as the cabin is wide and luxurious.
Great car, average price point
2008 Chevrolet ImpalaJeff B - Austin, TX04/23/2016
Great options, the SS is loaded including a 5.3 LS4 V8 giving the Impala better performace power. With the larger engine city gas mileage is less (15 mpg) than the standard V6 but highway mileage is reasonable at 25 mpg. Comfortable ride, roomy, and fun to drive.
2008 CHEVY IMPALA
2008 Chevrolet ImpalaGAMMMMMYS2000 - SAN ANTONIO TX02/20/2012
I REALLY LOVE THIS CAR HAS PLENTY OF GET UP AND GO. THE ONLY THING I COULD COMPLAIN ABOUT IS NO CUP HOLDERS IN THE BACK SEAT OTHER THAN THAT NOT MUCH ELSE. PLENTY OF LEG ROOM, CD PLAYER HAS A NICE SOUND. WE GOT IT FOR A GOOD PRICE. I WOULD RECOMEND THE CHEVY IMPALA.
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