by jtemple5 on Jul 5, 2013 Vehicle: 2004 Chevrolet Impala 4dr Sedan (3.4L 6cyl 4A)
We bought this car used in 2012 with around 55K miles, and have only had a few minor issues which are to be expected. The front bench seat has helped when the kids friends are over, and the trunk space fits everything we needed it to for a long vacation. Excellent in all weather, great comfort, and a great value, it even survived a fairly serious accident and was able to be completely repaired - a great solid GM car like all my others have been!
by renoron on Apr 12, 2013 Vehicle: 2004 Chevrolet Impala 4dr Sedan (3.4L 6cyl 4A)
I have had to replace the battery 2 times in 9 years I've had this car.
I attribute this to the difficult climates of the Las Vegas summer (116 daytime highs) and the Reno Winters it has had to endure (7 degree mornings).
Two water pumps, and two fuel pressure regulators (one of which was due to a defective replacement part).
Other than that, it's spoiled me as it doesn't leak anything, runs smooth, and has me expecting it to start reliably.
I also put a set of Michelins on it at 30000 miles.
First car I bought with my wife the year our baby daughter was born (new).
Hope I can keep it going like my wife's 73 Cougar.
by ekkuru on Mar 15, 2012 Vehicle: 2004 Chevrolet Impala 4dr Sedan (3.4L 6cyl 4A)
I bought this car from my dad, with nearly two-hundred thousand miles on it.
Granted, he treated that thing well, but it's still rolling like new. The only problems it's had was a broken fuel gauge and a warped rotor.
The supercharged Impala SS joins the lineup for 2004. Besides offering 240 horsepower, the SS features a tightened suspension to allow it to take corners with a bit more gusto. Base and LS models have redesigned bench and bucket seats, and a sport appearance package is now available on the base sedan.
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