2009 Chevrolet Impala
There are 3 user reviews for the 2LT trim shown below
- Loads of room,Great gas mileage,Plenty of pick-up
- Absolutely none!!
Purchased As New
I bought my 2009 2LT last may and have nothing but good stuff to say about the car. By all means get the Bose speaker system it's worth every penny, especially if you appreciate fine quality in your listening experience. I was very pleased that I bought the 2009 model because I noticed that Chevy made the 2010 model a little bit smaller. I was told by the dealer that they were going for a more aerodynamic look which is cool but it kind of took away for the headroom a little. I was really impressed by the gas mileage too, I get an average of about 29 m.p.g.on the road which is far better than the sticker said I would get, My best was 31 m.p.g. which is phenominal for a 3.9 liter engine!! I can honestly say I would definately purchase an Impala in the future, because this car is a dream to drive and haven't found one thing bad to say about it in the year I've had it. Koodoes to Chevrolet for keeping the Impala in their line-up!!!...read morehide
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- OnStar, Auto Troubleshooting, ROOMY, Good pick-up, Great gas milage
- Back end a bit too high (especially with the spoiler)
I purchased at 2008 Impala in June. It has over 10,000 miles on it now. I took two big trips (to Philly and to Boston) with it. The car performs real well in the mountains you can barely feel it shifting. I can't wait to see how it handles the snow. I traded my 2004 Taurus in for the Impala. I LOVED my Taurus...but I love my Impala more. The leather package is the only way to go. The Flip and Fold seats are very handy...almost like owning an SUV....read morehide
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- Styling, power, mileage, room, trunk space, remote start, quality, quiet ride
- No floor shift indicators, lacks telescoping wheel and auto climate control
The 2009 Impala offers solid value for the coin and is very sharp in appearance, especially with the optional bodyside moldings, mud guards from the dealer and the new rocker moldings. The 3900 V6 offers very quick performance and has pulled 28 highway MPG on several trips. The interior is roomy and trunk space is better than average for a mid size sedan. I also like the remote start feature, the std trip computer, outside temp display and compass and the neat flip and fold back seat that lets the seat bottom flip up and the backrest sit lower for more loading space. Interior quality is very tight with seamless construction but a few details are missing. The glovebox should have a light. The floor console doesn't tell you what gear your in, you have to look at the digital readout for that, there is no telescoping wheel and you can't order automatic climate control on any model. Those few nitpicks aside, the new Impala is a winner and you will be impressed with the way it rides and handles and goes....read morehide
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