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|The size and engineering make for a comfortable ride.||Front seat is hard - and we need back up camera|
|I like the easy views , good sight lines.||Doors close almost too fast & cruise control is hard to operate.|
|Vehicle interior is well designed & practical||Don't like that remote car start doesn't restart heated seat setting!|
|Power, and you can see out of the rear window||Head rests are too big - hard to see around them.|
|Gear shift on steering wheel so that there is a bench seat.||Seat belt are too hard to snap , lock is set too low in seat|
|A higher height on driver's & passenger seats||Gas mileage is nowhere near 30 mpg stated|
|New 6-speed transmission - great gas mileage.||Cheap - looking controls compared to buick|
|Effectiveness of headlights - nice and bright||Cup holder - have to lift lid to use|
|Great response from engine when accelerating||Size of interior is smaller than the 2002 impala i had|
|Size of trunk space with fold up seats.||Front grille should be chromed like trim around grille & maybe different pattern|
The 2004 Impala is a 4-door, up to 6-passenger family sedan, or sports sedan, available in 3 trims, ranging from the Sedan to the SS. The 2004 Impala's closest competitors include the Buick Century, the Pontiac Grand Am, and the Toyota Camry.
Upon introduction, the Sedan is equipped with a standard 3.4-liter, V6, 180-horsepower engine that achieves 21-mpg in the city and 32-mpg on the highway. The SS is equipped with a standard 3.8-liter, V6, 240-horsepower, supercharged engine that achieves 18-mpg in the city and 28-mpg on the highway. A 4-speed automatic transmission with overdrive is standard on both trims.
The 2004 Impala is a carryover from 2003.
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