Big luxurious 1980's style American boulevadier. Quiet and comfortable on smooth roads, rough pavement causes abrupt and harsh ride. Poor handling, and lots of super floaty motions on quickly undulating freeways. Spacious, first class looking, fully equipped interior Impressively roomy rear seat legroom. Disappointingly, the first class interior styling is betrayed by average contstruction and assembly. Rattles in doors and dash occasionally sour the luxury ambiance. Powerful but boomy 10 speaker Infinity Ultimate Sound system. Overall a nice blast from the past available for bargain prices. Imperials do not stand up well to abuse or neglect, watch out for well maintained examples.
Headlamps concealed behind motorized covers. 6 passenger seating. Digital/electronic graphic instrument cluster. 2 position memory for driver's seat and rearview mirrors. Auto dimming inside rearview mirror. Overhead travel computer. Extra roomy rear legroom. Good fuel economy. 21 city 27 highway
Bigger wheels & tires! 14 inchers are too small for a full size American Car. Heftier/ more solid feeling interior components. Lexus level quietness, road/sound isolation. Standard CD player. Rear Seat sun visors/vanity mirrors. Overhead passenger assist straps.
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