Purchased our car in july 2009. liked the interior set up and comfortability. plenty of leg room for front seat passengers, rear seat passengers leg room is cramped. Car doesn t get the mpg it boasted but the flex fuel feature makes up for it. car styling is good but is plenty hard to back up due to blind spots. Engine and trasmission runs great . Car is priced good for what u get. But plan on the car being in the shop alot for lots of silly little things like repairing sensors , door locks, etc. Car has alot of electrical problems. Good car if you don t mind it being in the shop every two months.
2009 Chevrolet ImpalaMr ptp - Richton Park, Il08/05/2012
This car is rock solid! I am very pleased. Carmax is the real deal
2009 Chevrolet Impalamechanic - Tampa Fla01/29/2010
I am a professional, so I can tell you things you may not know, but will if you buy this car.1st the gas milage is awful,its actually 15MPG city & maybe 19 at best on hwy.2nd blind spots every where.Sun visor needs about another 3 inches (to short).Uncomfortable very seats.No glove comp light--or lock.Steering is pathetic, hurts my arm turning it.Overall, this car is awful, drive it 1st & see what I mean.Dont ever buy this car, Im so sorry I did.
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