2013 Chevrolet Impala
98,433 Miles | West Palm Beach , FL
$5,699
Est $82/mo

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2017 Chevrolet Impala
43,453 Miles | West Palm Beach , FL
$14,799
Est $213/mo

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2018 Chevrolet Impala
23,213 Miles | Hollywood , FL
$17,399
Est $251/mo

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2017 Chevrolet Impala
43,798 Miles | Margate, FL
$14,999
Est $216/mo

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2017 Chevrolet Impala
55,832 Miles | Miami, FL
$14,599
Est $210/mo

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2017 Chevrolet Impala
38,494 Miles | Miami, FL
$14,999
Est $216/mo

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2017 Chevrolet Impala
50,624 Miles | Hollywood , FL
$12,499
Est $180/mo

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2017 Chevrolet Impala
45,754 Miles | Miami, FL
$12,800
Est $185/mo

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2017 Chevrolet Impala
45,793 Miles | Lauderdale Lakes, FL
$13,375
Est $193/mo

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2018 Chevrolet Impala
26,087 Miles | Miami, FL
$17,699
Est $255/mo

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2017 Chevrolet Impala
60,175 Miles | Lauderdale Lakes, FL
$14,190
Est $205/mo

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2018 Chevrolet Impala
36,779 Miles | Colorado Springs, CO
$20,579
Est $297/mo

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2017 Chevrolet Impala
46,654 Miles | Thornton, CO
$15,999
Est $231/mo

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2016 Chevrolet Impala
17,884 Miles | Aurora, CO
$23,590
Est $340/mo

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2018 Chevrolet Impala
21,337 Miles | Jacksonville, FL
$25,975
Est $374/mo

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2017 Chevrolet Impala
50,831 Miles | Jacksonville, FL
$17,975
Est $259/mo

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2017 Chevrolet Impala
47,500 Miles | Jacksonville, FL
$17,975
Est $259/mo

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2018 Chevrolet Impala
36,565 Miles | Jacksonville, FL
$21,475
Est $310/mo

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2018 Chevrolet Impala
31,893 Miles | Jacksonville, FL
$24,975
Est $360/mo

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2018 Chevrolet Impala
43,347 Miles | Jacksonville, FL
$24,475
Est $353/mo

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Chevrolet Impala Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.1
192 Reviews
Overall
4.1
Value
4.1
Performance
3.8
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.3
Fuel Economy
3.8
Reliability
4.1

Chevrolet Impala Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2005 Chevrolet Impala - Frustrating & non-dependable

Jill
Tulsa, Oklahoma
Overall
1.0
Value
1.0
Performance
3.0
Style
2.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
1.0
The only things I like about this vehicle is that there is plenty of space in the car & trunk. I also think the seats are very comfortable. What I don't like about this car is the Security issue that my car, and many others, have. For some reason, the car won't start for 10 minute increments. You have to turn your ignition to the Start position and wait for the Security light to stop flashing. This is always 10 minutes. When it does, most of the time you can then start your car. However, I have had it on many occasions still not start & I have to go through a 2nd or 3rd round. This is extremely ridiculous to me and very, very frustrating. I have been late to important things, work, etc. quite often. I never know when or how often this will happen. I've gone months of it not ever happen... (more)
Story
I really honestly don't have any good memories so far of this car. There was a time, recently, when I was stuck waiting on my car to start and I saw this bird attacking a cat over and over. It was the most funny thing! So, that incident made the time I spent waiting on my car to start more enjoyable.
Pros
The top positive things about this vehicle is the space, that it is very comfortable and that it hasn't had any other problems besides one huge one (see below). My favorite feature of the car I think is how comfortable the seats are & how spacious it is.
Cons
The top, and pretty much only, negative thing about this car is the Security issue that my car, and many Impala's, have. For some reason, the car won't start for 10 minute increments. You have to turn your ignition to the Start position and wait for the Security light to stop flashing. 10 Minutes later when it does, most of the time you can then start your car. However, I have had it on many occasions still not start & I then have to go through a 2nd or 3rd round. This is extremely ridiculous to me and very, very frustrating. I have been late to important event & work on countless occasion... (more)

2013 Chevrolet Impala - A bold ride

T.Z.B
Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Overall
4.0
Value
3.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
4.0
The 2013 Chevrolet Impala is a great car. The car is wide and can hold up to 6 people, which is a must for my family. The leather seats are nice and stylish, which is hard to come by these days. The wood vinyl on the car dashboard adds a sense of elegance and glamour. The stereo is high quality and the sound system works excellently. The car drives so smoothly that it feels like you are floating on a cloud, and when I hit a bump in the road, I can barely feel it. I love the pull down seats in the back that leads to the trunk, because one time I locked my cars in the trunk, and had to crawl through the pull down seats to get to my car keys. This car is excellent and a bold ride.
Story
A fun and memorable story is when we were driving the car home from the dealership. The car was obviously new and still had the new car smell. My kids sat in the back and we put on a CD to listen to on the way home. As, I have said before, the stereo system is amazing, and we blasted music all the way home. That was a lot of fun and very memorable.
Pros
The top positive things about this vehicle is the sound system, the stereo, the drive of the vehicle, the space and capacity, the air conditioning, the style of the car, such as the leather seats and wood vinyl dashboard, and the ample trunk space in the back. The car is easy to drive and fun to ride in.
Cons
The top negative things about the vehicle is the probably that the steering wheel is large and hard to see over for us girls, and the leather steering wheel heats up in the sun, making me buy steering wheel covers for my car, which are not cheap. The gas mileage sometimes is a little high.

2003 Chevrolet Impala - Big, Sturdy Reliable

CoryG
94207
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
5.0
This has been a wholly reliable car that has served me well over the years. It isn't stylish or especially fuel efficient but it's a beast I've driven all over the country and never let me down.
Story
I took this car filled to the brim with furniture and moving supplies and drove it through the high mountains to a beach (actually driving on the sand) in a day and it never let me down.
Pros
This car is huge for a sedan, I've moved houses in this little boat and piled all assortments of family, friends, supplies, furniture etc. I love that the back seats fold down to allow access into the trunk, it's ideal for easily hauling things or finagling furniture. The seats are very comfortable and the most important thing is that it has been mechanically sound. I've driven this car through all kinds of crazy terrains and it just keeps going.
Cons
The worst thing about the car is that it is not at all fuel efficient, the gas mileage is terrible. The big size also makes it difficult to back up, park and navigate into tight spots and it's not the smoothest at navigating highly windy roads. It also sits pretty low so I wish I had a little more clearance. It's not particularly an attractive car either.

Chevrolet Impala Generations

The iconic Chevy Impala has changed and evolved significantly over the years. Since its introduction in 1958, production of this classic sedan has halted and restarted multiple times, but it has remained a stable reminder of Chevrolet's rich history, as well as a timeless contribution to American automotive design.

2014 - Present (Tenth Generation)

In 2014, Chevrolet unveiled an exciting redesign loosely influenced by the Camaro and Malibu, much to the delight of Chevy enthusiasts. In addition to new optional technologies such as a rear-view camera, blind spot monitors, ventilated seats, keyless ignition and more, the latest version of the Impala features a 4.2-inch color display (with Chevy MyLink integration) in the cluster, as well as an eight-inch screen in the center console that includes navigation technology and Bluetooth and smartphone integration.

The tenth-generation Impala also boasted a sculpted exterior and a more upscale interior design. This model is also larger than the previous iterations of the vehicle. Buyers can choose between a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine -- the first 4-cylinder offering in an Impala -- that produces 196 horsepower or a 3.6-liter V6 engine that produces 260 horsepower.

2006 - 2013 (Ninth Generation)

In 2006, Chevrolet introduced a redesigned Impala with a more basic, simple aesthetic that fit in comfortably alongside the large, rounded sedans that were popular at the time. Towards the end of this generation, Chevy added standard features such as Bluetooth integration, MP3 capabilities and satellite radio. The SS (Super Sport) Impala came loaded with a 5.3-liter V8 engine that produced 303 horsepower. Depending on the year, the non-SS models came with various V6 engines, with the final iteration in 2013 coming with a 3.6-liter V6.

2000 - 2005 (Eighth Generation)

In 2000, the Impala was introduced to replace the Lumina. The ninth-generation Impala was the first to feature front-wheel-drive, and it was also the first not to have a V8 option. By 2004, buyers could choose between a standard Impala or the SS version that featured a souped-up 3.8-liter V6 engine that delivered 240 horsepower. The vehicle used General Motor's unibody construction on the W-body platform, and this iteration was only available as a sedan with six seats standard and five in the luxury models.

1994 - 1996 ( Seventh Generation)

The seventh generation was released in 1994, the first Impala since production was halted in 1985. Naturally, fans of the series were surprised and thrilled. The vehicle featured a rounded exterior and four doors. It came loaded with a 5.7-liter V8 engine and a 4-speed automatic transmission. As SUVs became increasingly popular, the Impala was canceled in 1996 after just two years of production.

1977-1985 (Sixth Generation)

Due to the energy crisis that occurred in the 1970s, the sixth generation Impala was downsized to be shorter, slimmer and taller than previous models -- a more practical choice for the time. However, the interior of the vehicle was only slightly smaller and it featured more trunk space. By 1985, practicality was a desirable trait, and the Impala was re-branded as the Caprice sedan or wagon.

1971 - 1976 (Fifth Generation)

In 1971, the fifth-generation of the Impala was the largest Chevrolet vehicle of all time. It was also the last time that a convertible Impala option would be available. Unfortunately, the vehicle's ability to run on both leaded and unleaded gas led to lower compression rates, which negatively affected the vehicle's power and overall performance. In 1973, government regulations required the addition of energy-absorbing pumpers that -- in the opinion of many Impala enthusiasts -- diminished the car's stylish look.

1965 - 1970 (Fourth Generation)

By the fourth generation, Chevy had sold a staggering one million Impalas in just one year. This new generation was redesigned with sharper angles, new window shapes, frameless side glass and other alterations that gave it a sleeker, more modern look (for the time). The car came stock with a 4.1-liter 6-cylinder engine, or buyers could choose from nine different V8 engines ranging from 4.6-liter to 7.4-liter options.

1961 - 1964 (Third Generation)

The third-generation Impala was slightly more conservative, featuring a boxier, more straightforward design, as well as smaller dimensions. Additionally, Chevrolet introduced a wagon body option. The third-generation is when Chevy introduced the SS (Super Sport) line, giving those who wanted to be a part of the American muscle car movement the option to select a big-block 6.7-liter V8 engine.

1959 - 1960 (Second Generation)

With famed automotive designer Bill Mitchell now in the boss' seat at General Motors, the second-generation Impala featured a fairly radical redesign that included a lower, wider body and bat-wing tails. The second-generation also gave buyers the option to choose hardtops and four-door sedans, in addition to the original coupe and convertible designs. In 1959, the second generation also introduced Chevy's new X-frame chassis.

1958 (First Generation)

The first Chevy Impala was the most luxurious Chevrolet vehicle at the time. Buyers could choose between a coupe or convertible style that included 'futuristic' design elements such as heavily sculpted tail fenders, dual headlamps, triple tail lamps and plenty of chrome trim. The first generation Impala came stock with a 4.6-liter V8 engine. The Impala also introduced coils at the rear of the vehicle, replacing older Chevy models' semi-elliptic leaf springs.

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