Pros: "Powertrain and suspension have only 30,000 miles"
Cons: "Small nicks on hood from road travels"
Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 9
"I used the car to drive in 9 states. The miles are all road miles. I changed the oil every 3,000 miles, The chassis has been completely rebuilt starting at 200,000 miles and have all receipts for it. To name a few REPLACED items, 4 struts, new wheel bearings, new fuel pump, new alternator and starter, rebuild Jasper Transmission, mew serpentine belt every 50,00 miles, new radiator hoses. All tie rod ends, engine mounts and anything rubber has been replaced starting at 200K. New Cooper Touring tires and complete new breaks at 230,000. Car rides better than new. Engine runs perfect. When I had transmission replaced, I had the Oil Pump, timing chain and CPS also replaced."
"Consumers Report got this one right when the rated it 95 out of 100. This is an extremely comfortable car and very easy to drive. It goes 0-60 in six seconds flat with the 3.6 liter V-6. Very fast for a car this size. And I get 29 mpg over the road, 23.5 to and from work (combined city/highway miles). Just love the car. I've rented lots of cars in my business, and this car has always impressed me so much, had to buy one. Mine is the LTZ version and has every option except moonroof (didn't want anyway) and navigation. This car is great! Got it for a very good price out of a rental fleet. It was 9 months old with 33K on it. I've had it 2 years and it is at 56K miles now. No trouble so far - its a winner in my book."
"great car but a big problem with oil loss between oil changes i changed oil every 4000 mile give or take always had to add 2 qts.i take care of my cars, i have 99 exploere 144 thous.miles never added oil between changes . only big complaint .i have,"
"I prefer my Blazer xtreme. Drove my Dad's car for a while but just can't get use to driving a car. I also just bought new chrome wheels and tires for my Blazer just a couple of months ago.
the Impala has only 70,521 miles on it so it will go a long way. it has power everything. Great car, just not for me. My Blazer has 111,785 miles and some people may think I'm crazy for selling it but we have a brand new VW, and a Ford pick up, and a 100 year edition harley. My husband wanted me to sell my Blazer but I love it so I'm keeping it.
The Impala LT is a great car for young or old, will go a long way and looks great. The color is Bronze Mist but it does not seem to be listed anywhere but the ticket from the dealership.
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Pros: "Excellent seat comfort, very good Bose stereo."
Cons: "Depreciates in value too fast."
Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 10
"I've been driving these Impala's for my job for about 9 years. I think the seats are the most comfortable on the market. Most of the new style cars have "low rider" seats that won't adjust to 90 degrees for a comfortable angle. Anyone with back issues will know what I mean. They have never let me down. Great gas mileage and everything else is good. Just enough technology and all the things you don't need in a car."