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Average User Score
4.4 ⁄ 5 stars
Based on 38 reviews
2006 Chevrolet Impala Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 38 reviews
The 2006 Impala is available with a four-speed automatic transmission, and 3.5-liter V6, 3.9-liter V6, or a 5.3-liter V8. It is often viewed as the American car competitor to the Toyota Camry and Honda Accord.
Some owners have called the interior "cheap" looking, with too much plastic. Others have cited an un-sporty feel to even the SS (or super sport) trim of this car. The engine labors rather than hops. Another common complaint is poor visibility through the rear window.
Conversely, many users have touted the comfort of the car for a low price, and have congratulated the American car maker for finally producing a mid-size sedan worthy of competing with the popular Camry and Accord.
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Chevrolet Impala Questions
Why Wont The Gear Shift Lever Button On 2006 Chevy Impala Engage To Move Ou...
My gear wont release out of park. first time it did it i pushed the brake down to the floor and it relased now it wont release at all. it starts up fine my steering wheel releases just not my shifter.
Loud Clicking Sound When Opening All Four Doors And Trunk
I replaced the trunk lid relay in the passengers side fuse box, and the clicking stopped for when I opened and closed the doors and trunk. However, about 10 minutes later, I opened the drivers door...
My Ac Doesn't Work. It Blows Air, But Not Any Cold Air. If I Try To Replace...
I Have A Problem With The Volume Of The Warning Bells. Sometimes They Are V...
I have an intermittent problem with the volume of the warning bells-I:E; opening door with key still in ignition. Sometimes normal volume-sometimes very faint.
How Do I Access The Blower Motor On A 2006 Impala Ls
After I turn off my air conditioner the fan continues on for awhile but it makes a sound that sounds like a playing card hooked to the spoke of your bicycle like we used to do when we were kids. Kinda...