2007 Chevrolet Impala

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$21,015 - $28,040
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Engine Engine 3.5LV-6
MPG MPG 21 City / 31 Hwy
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2007 Impala Overview

The Chevrolet Impala is a comfortable and convenient car, practical and enjoyable to drive.We find its neat, clean lines pleasing to the eye.Its styling looks fresh and it is.The Impala benefits from its recent redesign for 2006.

Several upgrades and refinements for 2007 make for a better car: The available 3.9-liter V6 gets GM's Active Fuel Management system, which idles cylinders at certain times for improved fuel economy.A tire-pressure monitor comes standard.OnStar comes standard and has been upgraded for 2007, offering the new Turn-by-Turn navigation service.And OnStar will automatically communicate the nature and severity of a crash as well as its location to the 911 centers.

The Impala is a big car.It's generally classified as a mid-size sedan, though it's large for that class, and nearly a full-size.The front and back seats are roomy, though not inordinately so given the size of this car, and getting in and out of the car is easy.and it has a healthy cargo capacity.It has a huge trunk and flip-and-fold back seats that present holding wells for groceries or a flat cargo floor that expands the trunk for long items.

It's very stable on the open road, a nice cruiser.There's lots of low-end torque from the larger of the two available V6 engines, the 3.9-liter V6.Step on the gas and it goes.And it handles well, in fact surprisingly well given its size.

Several models are available, ranging from strong, reliable, fuel-efficient family sedan to sleek and powerful performance car.The mid-level Impala LT probably best exemplifies the model line.We like the LT with the optional 3.9-liter V6 engine, which gets GM's Active Fuel Management system for 2007, which improves real-world fuel economy.The LTZ adds leather and other convenience features.The SS comes with a small-block 5.3-liter V8 engine that sounds great and delivers strong acceleration performance.

For its low price alone, the Impala will be on many family-sedan shopping lists, where it competes against the Ford Five Hundred, Chrysler 300, Dodge Charger, Honda Accord, Toyota Camry, and Nissan Altima.
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2007 Impala Overview

The Chevrolet Impala is a comfortable and convenient car, practical and enjoyable to drive.We find its neat, clean lines pleasing to the eye.Its styling looks fresh and it is.The Impala benefits from its recent redesign for 2006.

Several upgrades and refinements for 2007 make for a better car: The available 3.9-liter V6 gets GM's Active Fuel Management system, which idles cylinders at certain times for improved fuel economy.A tire-pressure monitor comes standard.OnStar comes standard and has been upgraded for 2007, offering the new Turn-by-Turn navigation service.And OnStar will automatically communicate the nature and severity of a crash as well as its location to the 911 centers.

The Impala is a big car.It's generally classified as a mid-size sedan, though it's large for that class, and nearly a full-size.The front and back seats are roomy, though not inordinately so given the size of this car, and getting in and out of the car is easy.and it has a healthy cargo capacity.It has a huge trunk and flip-and-fold back seats that present holding wells for groceries or a flat cargo floor that expands the trunk for long items.

It's very stable on the open road, a nice cruiser.There's lots of low-end torque from the larger of the two available V6 engines, the 3.9-liter V6.Step on the gas and it goes.And it handles well, in fact surprisingly well given its size.

Several models are available, ranging from strong, reliable, fuel-efficient family sedan to sleek and powerful performance car.The mid-level Impala LT probably best exemplifies the model line.We like the LT with the optional 3.9-liter V6 engine, which gets GM's Active Fuel Management system for 2007, which improves real-world fuel economy.The LTZ adds leather and other convenience features.The SS comes with a small-block 5.3-liter V8 engine that sounds great and delivers strong acceleration performance.

For its low price alone, the Impala will be on many family-sedan shopping lists, where it competes against the Ford Five Hundred, Chrysler 300, Dodge Charger, Honda Accord, Toyota Camry, and Nissan Altima.Hide Full Review