I recently purchased a new Chevrolet
Impala LS. I wasnt looking for all the
bells and whistles, but more for the
roominess both interior and trunk.
True, this car is a bit generic, but
the leather interior is very
comfortable, especially with power
seats. The interior noise is reasonably
quiet except for a minor transaxle
whine in 1st and 2nd gear. Coarse roads
also bring on some unpleasant
resonance. Front spoiler annoyingly
seems to hit every driveway. All the
interior controls are very legible with
a decent sound system.
The 3.8 v6 starts and runs
flawlessly. with excellent mpg.If your
looking for nice comfortable and
practical full size transportation,
consider the Impala.
Change the design or something to
stop front spoiler from hitting. More
sound deadining materials. Relocate
cruise controls to a more desirable
steering wheel location.
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