2005 Chevrolet Impala Review Summaries
What reviewers liked most about the Chevrolet Impala
Handling is surprisingly quick and sharp. This is not the wallowing, live-axle barge from the 1960s. Yet the ride is well-damped and does a good job of filtering noise, vibration and harshness.- New Car Test Drive
Acceleration with the optional 3.8-liter V6 is more than adequate. But for those who want more, Chevrolet has added a supercharged Impala SS model for 2004.- New Car Test Drive
What reviewers liked least about the Chevrolet Impala
The Impala's noteworthy safety features -- a side airbag on the driver's side, a tire-pressure monitoring system, and anti-lock brakes -- are all optional.- Car and Driver
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