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Best vehicle I found for the $$$ - 2016 Chevrolet Impala
By A Wilson - June 14 - 9:54 am
I did a ton of research online before making my decision. I considered every large sedan below $40,000 and found that the LTZ was the best car that I could buy. When I finally saw it in person it confirmed my choice. The car is filled with all of the latest technology if properly equipped and has more than enough room for 5 people with a huge trunk. Power is more than adequate though the transmission is a little busy hunting for the right gear. It just takes some getting used to as its trying to maximize fuel economy. The RemoteLink app is a brilliant piece of work. The ability to safely start your car then send it your next destination saves time and is just downright cool. Search for an in-stock top-of-the-line model to find the best value for the money. Looks like the other reviewers may have had a bad sales experience but no such complaints here
Impala LTZ2 - 2016 Chevrolet Impala
By Dave Wakefield - May 2 - 3:48 am
I have owned 2007 Impala LTZ and before that 2000 Impala. I love the car so I keep getting a newer version. I am a Chevy guy and think its as good as it gets with the Impala LTZ.
Best car I've ever owned!! - 2016 Chevrolet Impala
By Angela Smith - January 3 - 11:25 am
Don't let the name Impala scare you awake! This is a new generation of Impala and it is beautiful and high tech!!! It has every bell and whistle and comfort feature you could ask for in a luxury car. This is the best car I have ever owned!!!
3 X Lucky - 2016 Chevrolet Impala
By Jim - January 20 - 3:08 pm
This is my 3rd Impala since 2004. I traded the 04 just a few yrs. ago for a pre-owned 2013. (All I had done to besides regular service , was brakes, and tires once, traded it with150,000 miles). Then bought a pre-owned 2013 LTZ. ( Besides regular service and a set of tires ) traded it with 65,000 miles on it for a 2016 model. I have had this one for a week and love it! Averaging 24 mpg in city! ( with a V6 ) Looks and drives great, with plenty of room (I am 6'2" ). Looking forward to my road trip next month. I have either been 3X lucky or these are just great cars.
Not your Father's Impala - 2016 Chevrolet Impala
By Terrence Carpenter - July 17 - 2:25 am
Excellent ride and handling. Gas mileage around 23MPG. Go with the V6. the power is greater, and the MPG is about the same as the four cylinder. This vehicle rides like a luxury car. without the high price tag and need for premium fuel.
Uncomfortable - 2016 Chevrolet Impala
By AJ - October 13 - 2:39 am
This is one of the least comfortable cars that I have ever driven. There are multiple ergonomic problems. First, the headrests ridiculously far forward. They push your head and neck forward putting strain on your neck. Half an hour behind the wheel and you will have a headache for the rest of the day. Next, the center console is too tall and too far forward and is not adjustable. With your hands on the steering wheel and 9 and 3, it is impossible to turn right without going through a series of elbow contortions. This is unsafe. If an emergency right turn were necessary it might not be possible. Third, the view in the rear view mirror is restricted to a small sliver. The rear parcel shelf is so high that it is barely possible to see the roof of the car following. The interior materials are cheap, but this is a rental car, so that is to be expected. However, a $30,000 car should at least have a leather wrapped steering wheel, not one made of foam rubber.
Great looking car - 2016 Chevrolet Impala
By Diane Carpenter - September 10 - 12:56 pm
We have had to have the Bluetooth fixed aand the side detection right side mirror fixed in the 3 weeks we have had the car. The navigation panel was blank for 3 times one day.
First Car last car - 2016 Chevrolet Impala
By Michael Mitchell - April 28 - 8:09 pm
My first car 51 years ago was a Chevy, Haven't bought one since until I test drove the new Impala LTZ. Very nice, I came out of a CTS which I liked a lot , I like this at lest as much for $20,000 less.
best of the lot - 2016 Chevrolet Impala
By George - April 12 - 12:32 pm
I had owned a Mercury Montego (just like the Ford 500) which by far was the most comfortable sedan I have every owned. But it came with electrical issues and transmission problems. So I checked all good size sedans out there and the Impala was the best subtitute Icould find. Nice quiet, comfortable ride, with a great instrument panel. The 4-cylinder was more than adequate. Not as easy getting in and out of but OK. One major complaint is rear visibilty. One minor complaint, owners manuel comes with no nice case and even without it does not fit in any front seat compartments (including the glove box). All in all a great car.
Not impressed - 2016 Chevrolet Impala
By Paul Wernich - July 20 - 11:29 am
Car looked great on the lot and it was a certified pre-owned with a good warranty and only 8,000 miles for almost 15k below the new car cost. That's where the "wow" wore off. The Impala rides too harsh and unsettled for the flagship of the Chevy lineup and twin to the Buick lacrosse and Caddy XTS. Getting in and out literally bruises my hip because the seat belt has a hard piece sticking out at the side of the seat. I keep turning the radio off and every time I get back in the car it's on again. The a/c automatically lowers everytime you make or receive a phone call, even if it's 100 degrees outside. The autostop function is a nuisance because the car bucks and jumps at every stop light/stop sign and I doubt it's really saving that much fuel. Some of the interior bits are cheapy/flimsy. I have the upgraded LT and it has fabric/plastic seats, the Chysler 300 costs the same and gives you real leather and a V6 that gets about the same mpg's as Impala's 4 cylinder??? I think I made a mistake. The Impala also sits way to low, I keep scraping up the front end. I'm just not impressed.