I have chosen to drive Toyotas and Hondas for the last 20 years because American cars always seemed to be a combination of fancy doodads and low quality. I was prepared to be disappointed when my employer selected the Chevy Impala as our fleet car. Instead, this has been a reliable, solid, roomy, great handling car that gets more than 30 mpg on the highway.
Huge trunk. Good gas mileage. Solid handling. Reliable.
Heating and air conditioning control: Why does this stupid thing always default ro external air supply? It would be much better if I could set it to recirculate internal air and avoid the unpleasant blast of exhaust fumes from other cars and trucks. Bad design!
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