Yes, Detroit, I let you talk me into buying a 2011 Impala LT. What I got was a smooth, powerful, ultra-quiet, very comfortable sedan that pulls 30.5 MPG highway.
I wish I had listened to Edmunds and Consumer Reports. That way, I could have spent thousands more for a smaller, less comfortable, less attractive car.
Instead, I am stuck with a beautiful American car. With the Bose and luxury package, it's like sitting on my nice leather sofa at home listening to a quality stereo. Who needs that, when I could have been folded into an Azera or Camry and listening to the engine buzz.
Got a LOADED car for $19,400 after all incentives and rebates.
Bose sound system, leather seats, Bluetooth, trunk big enough to fit 4 bodies, OnStar, price
larger rear-view mirrors. But this is not a big deal.
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