2005 Chevrolet Impala Owner Reviews
- Exterior Styling
- Interior Comfort
- Quality & Durability
2005 Chevrolet Impala base sedan
I bought my Impala new in May of 2005. Overall, I love the car. It has decent looks, enough power to get out of its own way, and I have had very few problems with it over the 149,000 miles that I've had it so far. GOOD POINTS: gas mileage- I average 31 MPG, with about 80% highway driving mechanical- I have yet to have a mechanical problem! comfort- despite being the "base" model, this car is quite comfortable, even on long drives. capacity- the base model has a front bench, which is handy on those occasions where I need to fit the wife and all 4 kids inside. Also, the trunk is fairly large. NOT SO GOOD POINTS: cruise control- crapped out around 135,000 miles. I was told it will cost $500 to replace at the dealer, as the computer is evidently fried. That's it for not-so-good! I would highly recommend this car to someone looking for reliable, relatively economical transportation.
Just Love it
I have to say that my Impala has been my best investment in a car over the decades. We have travleled a lot in this car, even as far as B.C. smooth riding all the way. I would highly recommend this car to anyone.
Love the 2005 Impala
Purchased a 2005 Chevy Impala in July of that year and, after driving for three years have not one complaint. On the highway am getting 30 mpg. The car is super comfortable, it holds the road well, the trunk is super large and yet, have plenty of room for passengers inside the car. There have been no problems with the vehicle and am hoping GM can pull out of their present financial dilemma
I have hit 38 on the hwy at 60 to 70 mph.Its quite and comfortable.It pulls my boat with ease and looks so good
Review of 2005 Chevrolet Impala
I absolutely love my Impala, very stylish, great on gas, confortable and very dependable.
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