1995 Chevrolet Impala Consumer Review: 1995 IMPALA SS
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1995 Chevrolet Impala - Consumer Review

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SS Sedan (5.7L V8 4-speed Automatic)

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1995 IMPALA SS
By Michael Barrett on

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1995 Chevrolet Impala SS 4dr Sedan

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My 95 SS is my every day car with 127K miles. I've helped it's performance and handling with SLP headers; ADR cat back 2.5 inch pipes (loud); Bilstien shocks; cold air intake; MS6A electronic ignition; 275-40 ZR tires; 160 thermostat and beefier wires. Horse power is up from the original 260 to near 300. I'll soon be upgrading the 3.08 rear end to 3.42. I LOVE driving my 95 Impala SS. It's one of the better things Chevy did, and one of the dumber things they did when they dropped the Caprice therefore eliminating the 94-96 Impala SS.

Best Features

The 94-96 Impala SS is based on the full size Caprice, so there's plenty of room inside. The 350 LT1 is a great engine. Sitting 2 inches lower than the Caprice and with its beefed up suspension, the car handles great.

Worst Features

If it were still being built, put in adjustable pedals and a smaller diameter steering wheel.
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