2004 Chevrolet Impala Sedan 4dr Sedan (3.4L 6cyl 4A)
don't judge for this car before
driving, driving is smooth and
powerful, you feel great behind the
i had a nissan altima 2002 and a
toyota camry before that, they are not
comparable with this car, after hours
of driving you still want to go more
and more! you never tired when you
drive this car.
i have my 2003 impala for 2 years and
everything still works fine and even
better than before! all i know is i
don't want to depreciate myself with
driving a japanese car anymore.
2004 Chevrolet Impala Sedan SS Supercharged 4dr Sedan (3.8L 6cyl S/C 4A)
I bought 2000,2001,2002,2004 and 2004
impalas. I keep the cars upto 32000
miles and then trade in with a new one.
Currently, I have 2004 SS and LS. 2002
was in an accident and car was rolled
over 2 times over the hill and 17 years
old driver walked away without any
scratch on the body. Best ride and
money worth car is the Impala car.
Dual air zone. Good gas mileage.
May be helpful for short people if gas
and brake padel is adjustable and
telescopic steering wheel.
2004 Chevrolet Impala Sedan LS 4dr Sedan (3.8L 6cyl 4A)
I've put 2K miles on my LS, and don't
know of anything to complain about, and
that is unusual for me. I looked at
several other cars seriously - a Camry,
Lexus ES 330, Buick La Sabre, and also
briefly considered the Equinox. The
Camry is a like driving a wagon
compared to the Impala. The Buick is a
good car, but it looks like you have to
live in a retirement village to own it.
The Lexus was seriously considered, but
it would have been over 10K more, and I
don't think it is worth it. The Impala
definitely has a more comfortablbe
seat, and 200 hp is plenty unless you
are drag racing. The Edmonds review
almost kept me from considering the
Impala - don't listen.
The Impala drives so well; it is tight
and responds better than anything I've
owned before. I like the power, heated,
leather seats, and all the room.
No complaints. The only question is
long term reliability, and only time