of the 2005 Chevrolet Impala. Base trim shown.
From the Cars.com Vehicle Test Team
- Predictable FWD handling
- Performance of SS
- Automatic-transmission operation
- Driving ease
- Soft suspension on base model
- Resale value
- Engine noise at times
- Choice of three V-6s
- Supercharged V-6 in SS
- Sport-tuned suspension on SS
- Five- or six-passenger capacity
- OnStar communication system standard for 2005
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A car that will last!
The Chevy Impalas are some of the best cars out there. They are very reliable and built to last. There is sooo much room and I dont understand how because it doesn't look like it on the outside! Read full review
Good solid car
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