Bought my 2010 used Sivlerado in 2015 with 70,000 kms on it and I have put 18,000 kms since I bought it. I absolutely love my Chevy as it is powerful, comfortable, very reliable and has good gas consumption. I have had a Ram and a Ford in the past and this truck is similar to the 150 but I still would not buy a Ford. The 2006 Ram that I had, was a piece of crap and as far as I am concerned, Rams are still pieces of crap. Chevy still remains the best reliable truck on the market. with the best re-sale value. For those of you who are vivid Ram lovers, you should take a look at used trucks for sale and all you can find are rusted Ram's and people are asking ridiculous prices for them, so good luck with that.
Everyone at this dealership went above and beyond to make sure I was taken care of. It is pretty impressive with the owner of the dealership greets you and thanks you for your friendship and for your business.
2011 Chevrolet Impala LT Fleet Review
This is an amazingly Reliable Car.
by Nitrousshot300 from West Monroe
April 13, 2019
This Car has given us absolutely no trouble at all. It has been very reliable and gets us to and from our destination every time. We have owned other product's from Chevy and the performance, dependability and efficiency just gets continues to improve. It's just another great design by Chevrolet and it continues to meet our family needs. This Car has the standard 3.5 V6 and has been averaging an amazing 32 miles to gallon highway on high grade premium. The Car has 92,000 miles on it now. The only thing we've done is religious oil changes at 3,000 miles with Valvoline 10-30 Synthetic blend and Lucas oil stabilizer in place of the one quort of oil that is left out with the oil change. I also use K&N air and oil filter. The air filter has contributed to fuel economy. We expect nothing less from Chevrolet. Very happy Chevrolet customer.
Has more legroom than my impala 2011. Great and sharp looking.
Best car I've ever bought. Great ride- firm but smooth and quiet. Acceleration is strong but linear- not sudden jerk. Average 30 MPG. Handling is sporty- but not a sports sedan. Transmission shifts smoothly and always in the right gear- no hunting. Seats are comfortable but not on a long trip. Forward visibility is good, but headlights just adequate. Side and rear pillars block view- rear camera helps with backing, but not great- camera does not have any guide and fogs easily. Forward Collision Assist has activated 3 times when no car visible- twice in rain and fog, and once on a knoll. Side mirror alert rarely works when merging or changing lanes. Lane Assist tugs the steering wheel and is very annoying, so I leave it off- should be warning light and chime only. Now have nearly 36,000 miles and no mechanical problems, but I keep the Lane Assist turned off and wish I could turn of the Forward Collision Assist because it is too sensitive.
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