Used 2015 Chevrolet Impala Consumer Reviews

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Greaterest car

Charlie Flach, 02/13/2017
LS Fleet 4dr Sedan w/1FL (2.5L 4cyl 6A)
1 of 2 people found this review helpful

The car is not only visually appealing, but a joy to drive as well as extremely comfortable.

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Loved my impala!

Suzyrev, 07/01/2018
LTZ 4dr Sedan w/2LZ (3.6L 6cyl 6A)
1 of 2 people found this review helpful

I loved this car!! Beautiful smooth comfortable ride! Great gas mileage! Mine was black with tinted windows lots of chrome ...it was a nice looking ride!

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Silver steed

JB, 12/13/2018
LTZ 4dr Sedan w/2LZ (3.6L 6cyl 6A)
1 of 2 people found this review helpful

This model year had some short comings. Back up camera is lacking on clarity. Info link screen leaves a lot to be desired. Screen hard to see in bright sun light. Adaptive cruise control flutuates to much. Slow to correct speed and hold it steady at the set speed. Vechile purchased new in May 2015

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vast improvement over the pre-2014 impala

ivan washington, 03/19/2019
LT 4dr Sedan w/1LT (2.5L 4cyl 6A)
1 of 2 people found this review helpful

I had high hopes when I test-drove this car. A recent issue of Consumer Reports said this car was among the best-riding cars they've tested and among the quietest. I found the latter is true but IMHO the former is not so much. This Impala LT [low-profile 50 series rubber on 18" rims] has a superficially smooth ride over average-quality roads with lumpy/segmented pavement, but sharp bumps crash through with a flimsy shuddering sound [loose interior pieces] in the passenger compartment. The roar from coarse pavement is not well suppressed and resonates in the cabin. The engine is well-muffled [electronic noise cancellation] and can only be heard as leakage from outside through the closed windows. Wind noise is almost totally absent, as well. The 4-cylinder engine has an amazing amount of power and smoothness, I never wanted for the V6, and was never in need of flooring it, for at least this driver [no passengers] there was plenty of power reserve for passing and hills. The fuel economy meter indicated an average of 25 mpg but when i had to pass somebody it dropped into the low teens. The handling was poised, with no discernible sway/lean/dive/squat, the suspension's performance was unflappable on the curvy wavy stuff. I just wished GM used 16" rims [like on the Passat] and 60 or 70 series rubber to take the edge off of those sharper bump impacts. The seating was supportive and comfortable over the long haul, at least for the driver's seat with its power-adjustments and variable lumbar support. with the seat elevated [to reduce pressure on my low back] I still had about 2" of headroom in this non-sun-roofed Impala. Entry and egress for this tall person, were vastly superior to the late model Passat I tried. With the driver's seat elevated as far as it would go, I didn't have to squat much to enter the car. With the driver's seat in its elevated and rearmost position, I could sit in the back seat with at least 3" of space between the driver's seat back and my knees. However, my head bumped into the ceiling unless I ducked or slouched. The driver's outward visibility was strictly average, the rear-view camera display is an essential tool to avoid a collision with another parked car, as the mirrors have a limited field of view. I liked the hidden storage compartment behind the video display, very clever. the cloth upholstery was monochromatic but comfortable to sit on in cold weather or warm. In summary, I admired the neutral drivability and serenity of this vastly improved Impala, I consider it the best performing value among its peers [Chrysler 300, VW Passat, Toyota Avalon] and could recommend it with comparatively minor reservations. -Interior= *** [two demerits for mediocre build quality, squeaks and rattles all over, on rough roads with broken pavement] -Exterior styling= ** [not my fave, blocky, like a streamlined brick, not graceful like an Impala should be] -Performance= **** [decent acceleration for a 4 cylinder engine, braking is good enough, handling unflappably stable over various road surfaces, a bit of NVH on sharp bumps, noise over coarse road surfaces mostly unsuppressed, average condition road surface noise well suppressed] -Comfort/Quality= *** [aforementioned slapdash build quality on interior, squeaks and rattles over coarse/broken roads, sharp bumps crashed through. comfortable driver's seat with adequate range of adjustment, well-sited lumbar adjustment with variable pressure. Exterior styling slope at back seat head area cuts into rear seat headroom for taller passengers

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can't even make lemonade with this lemon

Dee, 03/05/2019
LT 4dr Sedan w/1LT (2.5L 4cyl 6A)
1 of 3 people found this review helpful

2015 Impala love the look, when its running, i loved it, however i have 130K miles i am driving home make a right turn, come out of the turn give it gas and i am not moving.... the engine is reving but nothing else. it started with that stupid auto start that kept going on and then it just stopped going on. i hate this car. i owe to much to sell it. this is horrible.

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