2006 Chevrolet Impala Overview


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4.45 stars

Based on 38 reviews

Torque. by Matt1683
 — This car has a massive amount of power for a front wheel drive car. It follows in the footsteps of a traditional 60s muscle car in terms of being a fairly standard sedan with a large engine transplant... Read More
Fun And Practical by DrAwesome
 — I really like this car, it has treated me well with no issues on the road (except a flat tire once). It is unique in that it is a V8 automatic FWD car, this is not very common, but makes it a decent ... Read More
Great For Trips, Family Time, And Even The Sunday Drive To Church by Christian
 — its a nice car just to cruise around in. its not for racing but its got power under the hood.i keep it clean. and my stock rims are the only ones that will shine, no other magnesium alloy rims shine o... Read More

2006 Chevrolet Impala Overview

Overall User Score

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Based on 38 reviews

2006 Chevrolet Impala

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


Clicking Noise With Ac On Behind Glove Compartment?


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Car Running Hot

I have replaced my temp sensor and thermostat but my car continues hot. I can hear something bubbling. My fans are coming on but me needle quickly rises above the half way mark. Any suggestions on...

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2006 Impala No Power Anywhere No Lights Nothing But Engine Light On Dash Ba...

initially thought is was battery. put new battery in and stated fine. then one day soon thereafter no nothing except engine light on dash. turn key and nothing at all. no lights will work nothing.

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How Do You Use A A/c Clutch Holding Tool?

I've seen what the a/c holding tool looks like but, how do U use it? There R no threads on front of the clutch plate for bolts or threaded studs. Can I still use this tool even though there R no t...

6 views with 1 answer (last answer 3 weeks ago)

How Do I Remove The A/c Clutch?

I've been told my a/c clutch uses a T-30 star bit that fits into the center of the a/c shaft. How do I use the a/c clutch holder tool & do I turn the clutch plate or the shaft? If I'm suppose to turn ...

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