Chevrolet rejoins the full-size sedan market after a four-year hiatus with the 2000 Impala, resurrecting an old name on a new front-drive model. The Monte Carlo, a two-door coupe built from the same platform but with sportier styling, also joins the lineup this year.Chevy exited the full-size se... Read Full Report
Impala is one of the country's most valuable trademarks, so not just Chevy fans were dismayed and disheartened a few seasons back when General Motors "permanently" retired it, for the second time. Who knows, it may have been just a marketing scam like the one that brought us "Classic Coke," but what counts is, the beast is back. It may be inherently silly to name aggregations of glass a... Read full review for the 2000 Chevrolet Impala
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As an owner of a 2000 Impala LS, the legendary 3.8 liter is a good engine. Too bad they quit making them. Its one of a few reasons to own an Impala. Typical lower/upper intake problems, but fixed at h... Read Full Review
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