I'll say it once. Whiplash. I had a Dodge Intrepid ES that didn't come close to my Chevy. The interior is simple but accommodating. Easy to see controls. Sunroof is farther back in the roof than other cars, but is a nice option. 0-60 was 6.1 compared to the 6.5 promised. I took it on the track and topped it off at 146 mph. Needless to say the gas mileage is less than appealing. I drive a lot of city miles and it averages 15 mpg. Plenty of room for all and a great sized trunk. Keep battery back up for keyless entry due to the lack of a trunk keyhole. I looked at many cars and trucks and would go back and change it for the world. Looking forward to leaving the others in my dust.
Remote starter. V8 engine strengh. Leather seats. Everything. Too much to list.
Gas mileage. Sunroof placement. Trunk keyhole. Ahhh forget it, it's all good.
Overall not bad. I really can't get past the blind spots. Drive is nice. The plastic on the inside needs to go.
Remote start and climate control and the many messages. If something is wrong the computer lets you know. I feel very safe. Also like the oil life system.
I do not like that when I look over my shoulder to change lanes I cannot see traffic well at all, huge blind spot. Also looking straight ahead at my gauges, the steering wheel blocks my view of the gas gauge.
This is basic, cheap, full-sized transportation. You get what you pay for. It gets really poor gas mileage as compared to the promise. Lots of road noise. Cheap Goodyear Infinity OEM tires. No cupholders in the back. No trunk access with a key. Absolutely no pizazz. I haven't had a major problem, which is what's important, but it's no wonder that Toyota is beating GM. I had a Suzuki before this and it was too small. I corrected that problem, but everything else has been a step down.
Size-to-price. Apparent reliability
Better gas mileage. Truthful gas mileage predictions. Trunk access with a key. Better OEM tires. Cupholders in the rear. A more quiet ride.
This is simply a superb automobile which combines the best in luxury cruising with a sporty ride. The acceleration is simply breathtaking and the handling very competent. The overall quality and fit and finish are easily the best in its class. The powertrain is smooth with an utterly seamless four-speed automatic transmission with nohesitation, unlike certain of the car's Japanese competitors. The Bose audio system is superb. The controls are highly intuitive and ergonomically excellent with large, visible gauges. The Chevy SS is easily the best buy in a sports sedan on the market today. Be sure you check it out before you needlessly spend more on the overpriced competition!
Unparalleled acceleration, supremely quiet interior with essentially no wind noise, superb handling, high-end Bose audio system, comfortable, quality leather seats, highly legible gauge cluster with the ability to use either metric or English units (what other mfr offers this?!), cavernous trunk.
Optional navigation system, ability to further dim the instrument lighting at night, deletion of the juvenile rear spoiler, increased ease of use of the tire pressure monitoring system so that manual adjustment of each tire is not required when calibrating system.