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09 Impala LT
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By lukin4mikey
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2009 Chevrolet Impala Sedan LT 4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl 4A)


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I purchased my 2009 Impala LT 3.5L V6 Flex Fuel when i had to give up my 2007 Tahoe LTZ, I have no regrets! At first I didn't want to like the impala but after owning it for a little over 2 years, I absolutely love it! its been reliable, I don't maintain it just change the oil every 5,000-7,000 miles, currently has 88,XXX miles, It has been a great car, Only ha 1 problem with it, Just a faulty tire pressure sensor that they replaced for about $100. I would defiantly recommend this vehicle. 5 stars in my book!


Best Features

I love the HUGE trunk! fits my 2 15" subs and still has plenty of room!


Worst Features

Wish it went as fast as the speedometer says, "140mph" Mine reads on the message board "Speed limited to 112mph"


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What Idiot Re-Designed this [violative content deleted]
3 of 13 people found this review helpful
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By takeabreak
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2009 Chevrolet Impala Sedan LS 4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl 4A)


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My dad has a 2005 Impala, with a V-6.
It gets better gas mileage than the 2009, has more head room, has more shoulder room, more room through out the vehicle, I can clean the windshield in his, but this piece of junk.

The rook line is lower, I bump my head while driving, entering or exiting the vehicle on the door seal area.
I am only 6ft tall.

With the stupid roof line being lower, objects, people and vehicles disappear behind the center review mirror when corenering.


Best Features

Hey dummies I love the lack of insulation and the free road noise I get, way to go Garbage Motors Oh yeah thinks for the small cheap foam in the seat too, much appreciated.


Worst Features

Take the crayons away from the 3M's = Mindless Marketing Morons


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No complaints, unexpected value
5 of 5 people found this review helpful
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By mhoffman2
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2009 Chevrolet Impala Sedan LT 4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl 4A)


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After owning American, Japanese, Swedish and German automobiles, I unexpectedly purchased a 2009 Impala sitting on the dealer's showroom floor. The discount (25%with rebates) was too good to pass up. Included leather, moonroof, Sirrius radio, full power, traction control and 4 wheel disc brakes, remote start, upgraded alloy wheels. After 23,000 miles with only routine maintenance, the car has been great. According to the computer, we have averaged 25 mpg (29-31 on the highway). The trunk is huge and with the rear seat down is like a mid sized wagon. Reasonably smooth and quiet, has not changed since new. Would definitely recommend as a used car, particulary if under power train warranty.


Best Features

Comfortable cabin, huge trunk, easy fold rear seats, Sirrius radio, MILEAGE for a large car. Inexpensive to own and operate.


Worst Features

None for this vehicle.


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LTZ! Reliable AND fun to drive!
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
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By OFFSTAR
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2009 Chevrolet Impala Sedan LTZ 4dr Sedan (3.9L 6cyl 4A)


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Driving this car is fun, Do not confuse the suspension on this car with that of the LS or the LT. Since I purchased this car I find myself taking more travel liberties and looking forward to the long drives. Acceleration is perfect with the active fuel 3.9 engine. I average 36 mpg on the highway AND that was manually calculated, not from the on-board computer (if I don't hot dog it). never less than 23 in town! I have only been to the dealer for maintenance and with 30k and no failures I am impressed and recommend this to anyone who wants some fun, reliability and great fuel mileage!


Best Features

Sunroof, I pod interface, 18" wheels, active fuel management, huge trunk, Auto lights, Reliability, Yes reliability is a feature! most vehicles will not go 30k without some kind of failure.


Worst Features

I tend to get more engine noise than I think should be expected, the engine compartment is a little thin on insulation! to be fair I do have sensitive hearing. The steering wheel controls are cumbersome at most tilt levels of the steering wheel. better cup holders!


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My own Impala, not for everyone
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
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By greysky88
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2009 Chevrolet Impala Sedan LT2 4dr Sedan (3.9L 6cyl 4A)


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I have had this vehicle for about 6 weeks and so far it has been a pleasant and satisfying experience. I chose the impala because it has four doors, a 3.5 liter engine over the Ford's 3.0 liter, and it looks leaner and cooler than the Ford Fusion, before their redesign. Also the car was in my price range of under $15K. This is supposed to be a 2LT package but it does not have the heated mirrors or fog lamps. It has the moonroof, leather seats and spoiler. It has 16 inch wheels not 17. As for driving the car, it has been fun, turning is a little loose, and road vibrations are noticable. It has great HP and unobstructed viewing. For long trips it was pretty good, not a Cadillac but not bad.


Best Features

Engine, moonroof, roomy trunk, auto start. Seat positioning is good, heated seats a plus and climate control is good.


Worst Features

More leg room, better cup holder positioning, move the power ports and redesign the no frill interior molding. Lower the trunk deck to better see out the rear window. Add a light in the trunk. Go back to the circle taillights from the early 60's and use a metal grille. Fix the fuse compartment door.


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