Used 2016 Chevrolet Impala Limited Sedan Consumer Reviews

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Great Value-amazing engine.

Tim777, 12/13/2017
LT Fleet 4dr Sedan (3.6L 6cyl 6A)
5 of 5 people found this review helpful

I recently purchased a used dark grey 2016 Impala Limited LT 3.6 liter sedan with 35,000.00 miles on it. The car is built on a chassis that Chevrolet has used for quite some time. It's a very solid chassis and police departments in the US have utilized this chassis as a patrol vehicle. The cloth seats are nothing too great but everything else about this car is a steal. You get 305 horsepower with 285 lbs ft torque with the GM 3.6 liter v6 LFX. This is an extremely reliable v6 and it packs alot of available power and torque. The drive is very smooth and you can tell the chassis is rock solid. I will say if you are looking at a no frills driver this is a great car as far as value is concerned. I enjoy driving the car as it's fast, smooth and responsive. You get Bluetooth for calls and Aux in for audio purposes. If you can find one with low mileage these are a steal. I am very happy with my purchase thus far.

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2016 Impala Limited LTZ boring and reliable

allen hurtado, 03/30/2018
LTZ Fleet 4dr Sedan (3.6L 6cyl 6A)
2 of 2 people found this review helpful

This is a great car for hauling 4 people in great comfort with plenty of trunk room for all their road trip stuff. The rear seat center fold-down console with cup holders is nice. Fold-down rear seats to haul items longer than the huge trunk is very welcome. it's also my daily commuter. 30-mpg in freeway driving. 21-mpg in stop/go slow/fast commute driving. Plenty of power and acceleration available if you need it. The ride is solid, quiet and hugs the road pretty well, but no sports car feel. You definitely know you're driving a full size car. The styling is definitely sedate, but attractive in a girl-next-door way. The technology is limited but usable and not enough to distract. If you pick one up, get the LTZ. I took one with 50K on it because it was such a good deal. LTZ doesn't have that many extras, but the Bose sound system with Sirius satellite radio and the heated leather seats are nice in cold climes.

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Impala is Chevy’s Answer to European Large Sedans

John Polk, 12/13/2018
LTZ Fleet 4dr Sedan (3.6L 6cyl 6A)
1 of 1 people found this review helpful

I have nothing but great things to say about my 2016 Impala LTZ. I stack it up to the Camry, Avalon, Fusion, and Accord, and I t beats those competitors in every category. It’s by far the best car or truck I’ve ever owned. Unfortunately, I’ll be trading it soon for an Accord or Camry, since it’s resale value is on the verge of plummeting after GM announced the Impala, Chevy’s most recognized nameplate for 50 years, will be discontinued. Apparently GM isn’t willing to salvage this incredible car, Consumer Report’s #1 sedan for several years now, while Toyota and Honda are sticking with theirs, offering hybrid and I-4 turbo drivetrains aboard outstanding platforms. Camry is Toyota’s flagship, fast becoming a NASCAR icon, and will pick up guys like me because GM ain’t interested anymore in producing competitors in the sedan market which still comprises 28% of the entire market in the U.S. and 40% globally. GM STARTED down the right road with some great vehicles after the bailout but is making yet another reckless short-sighted decision which will lose it loyal customers for many years to come.

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Good car but beware driver seat electronics

Mike H, 10/17/2020
LS Fleet 4dr Sedan (3.6L 6cyl 6A)
0 of 0 people found this review helpful

The only serious complaint we have had about this car in the 3 years we've owned it is with the electric driver seat controls. The electric motors went out around 70K miles, resulting in about $500 in repairs. At 82K miles, the wire harness to the power seat switch ended up with some of the wires cut from the seat pressing up against the harness when adjusting the seat...another $100 repair. We asked the dealer about simply installing a manual adjusting seat on the driver side, just like what it already on the passenger side. They said they don't make a manual adjusting seat for the driver's side for that model.

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