2007 Chevrolet Impala User Reviews

2007 Chevrolet Impala Review Ratings

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  • Performance:4.4 out of 5 stars4.4 out of 5 stars4.4 out of 5 stars4.4 out of 5 stars4.4 out of 5 stars 4.4 / 5
  • Appearance:4.4 out of 5 stars4.4 out of 5 stars4.4 out of 5 stars4.4 out of 5 stars4.4 out of 5 stars 4.4 / 5
  • Build Quality:4.5 out of 5 stars4.5 out of 5 stars4.5 out of 5 stars4.5 out of 5 stars4.5 out of 5 stars 4.5 / 5
  • Overall: 4.4 out of 5 stars4.4 out of 5 stars4.4 out of 5 stars4.4 out of 5 stars4.4 out of 5 stars 4.4 / 5

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PROS
"ride" 17 reviews
"power" 14 reviews
"fuel economy" 14 reviews
"storage" 6 reviews
"big space" 5 reviews
CONS
"fuel economy" 3 reviews
"power" 3 reviews
"ride" 2 reviews
"sound" 2 reviews
"storage" 2 reviews

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5

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Chevrolet Impala has a beautiful look and has lots of space on the inside. The MPG on the Impala is great even when driving fast. This car has never broke down has a Evap leak but with this car it is cheap to fix. Quick acceleration with fair braking could be better. Handling is great has a very tight grip and feel on the road and around turns. The Impala is fun to drive and the most reliable car I have owned.

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RyderD92
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Great Car For Everyone. Family Car, But Can Be Very Fast And Lots Of Room And Trunk Space — I love everything about this car. Runs great, handles amazing and is really fast too! This car is great on MPG even when flying down the freeway. Never has problems and if it does its minor and is cheap to fix. Very fun car. You wont regret buying one

Primary Use: Commuting to work

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gawrycht writes:
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3

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Handles nicely.  Good acceleration.  "Smart" engine runs on 6 clyinders, instead of all 8, when constant speed attained.

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Had to replace intermediate drive shaft right after normal warranty expired (55,000 miles).  Luckily I had an extended warranty so it didn't cost me a lot of $$$.  Expected higher quality, though.  

gawrycht
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Suggest you watch the IDS if handling starts to take a noticeable downturn or you hear clunking when you are turning (mine was while turning left). The Intermediate Drive Shaft is NOT a cheap repair!

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Robert writes:
2007 Chevrolet Impala SS Review
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Fast straight line acceleration.  Lots of luggage and passenger space.

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Not a great interior, not very good on gas.

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A Great Purchase Second Hand, Since Depreciation Is Really Bad On Chevys. — This car is fast. Significantly faster than anyone would think. Lots of low end torque give it significant grunt from any stop light. It's a great sleeper car, looking relatively boring. Interior quality is good, but the plastics aren't the best quality, and neither is the leather. Stereo is Bose, and is quite good. In the bends, well, it's not as good. It's heavy, without performance tires or suspension, so don't expect great cornering. Brakes aren't that awesome either, so don't expect to run it at the track. This car is about straight line speed, 1/4 mile, light to light fun, not driving fast around corners. Mileage is ok, since it shuts down 4 cylinders when cruising on the highway. Even with the 4 speed automatic it runs at super low revs in top gear.

Primary Use: Family transportation

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Alayne writes:
2007 Chevrolet Impala 1LT Review
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Solid, comfortable, gas mileage

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ABS not standard

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I Feel Safe And This Car, It Handles Well, Everything About It Feels Great. — I haven't had this car very long. So far, acceleration is smooth, transmission is nice and tight. It's a very comfortable ride: seats, dual climate control, head and leg room, all great. Visibility is not as good as I'd like, and it does NOT have standard ABS or traction control. Though earlier models were more remarkable, it's a very pretty car with nice lines. Interior feels stylish and solid. The little extras are sweet, like remote start and mp3 jack. I haven't had a ton of road time with mine yet, but I did take it on a 1500-mile trip with my infant and it was the only good thing about traveling. If it had not been such a wonderful ride, the trip would have been much more difficult. Gas mileage is incredible, especially for a full-size sedan. I can expect 29-30 with mostly highway driving, but I've gotten 34-36 mpg on two separate tanks of gas (interstate driving) and mid-20's in town. Haven't required any maintenance yet. Considering the absence of ABS, it brakes very well. In fact, the brakes were the first thing I noticed when I drove it off the lot; you breathe on them and they respond. The ride home was a little jerky, but I now love how responsive the braking system is. Acceleration is equally so, though it took less getting used to. Cabin is virtually devoid of road noise in caparison with other cars I've owned/driven. Everything about it feels solid and spacious. The trunk storage is expansive. The standard sound system is very nice; it's far more than I expected. Having spent a little less than 2000 miles in a 2009 Impala before, I knew I would enjoy the car, but I'm very very happy with how easy it has been to get used to being in it and handling it overall.

Primary Use: Family transportation

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Robert writes:
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GREAT hiway mpg.. BIG and very safe,,very fun to drive for a large sedan

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The windshld wipers have broken already.

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Fun To Drive,,fairly Economical,,affordable,,can Beat A Celica In A Drag (only Ltz And Ss). — NICE woodgrain trim,auto volume,controls for radio/cd/cruise con./volum/ on steering wheel,275 hp,3.5lit v6,cross-members,torsion bar,35mpg hiway,topspeed of 175mph,0-60 in 4.4sec,roomy as hell,MASSIVE TRUNK,almost 100 presets for rad.,AUX input for ipod,hi-gloss paint......18mpg city,leather and moonroof only on SS,HUD lights are really bright but only green w/ blue lites on the ac controls,All seats except driver are manual.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

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850spdr writes:
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3

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good power and fuel economy, lots of room and cargo space, quality interior, comfortable on long trips

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Poor quality connectors, leading to an unreliable car.  Transmission fluid replacement interval too long.  Oil use too high due to leaks and possible engine tolerances.

850spdr
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Impala Close To A Good Car, But Not There Yet. — Connectors for HVAC actuators are very poor quality, leading to failure and clicking noise. Power from 3.9 engine is exceptional. 3 cyl mode allow good fuel mileage. I question the overall reliability if other connectors are as bad as those for the HVAC actuators.

Primary Use: Family transportation

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buddyboy61 writes:
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Horn  works,starts and stops!!

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typical government motors product,faulty rear  suspension,GM says,not our problem,that was the old GM,class action law suit pending!!

buddyboy61
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Basic People Mover,100% Uninspiring!!! — 16 K front rotors shot,exhaust rattles,tires wear out every 15K due to faulty suspension,intermediate steering shaft replaced 19k clunking,CEL light on 44k,air injection check valve replaced $429.00,, it is a white knuckle ride in slippery conditions,rear end wants to pass the front end at every move of the steering wheel,at 50K have had 4 alignments to try and rectify at $100.00 per alignment,needs suspension parts for rear $600.00 plus new alignment,tires close to needing replacement again, hopefully the next time GM goes belly up they stay that way!! this vehicle is a wreck waiting to happen!!

Primary Use: Commuting to work

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buckeyefan79 writes:
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One of the best value cars I have ever owned. Very reliable and very good fuel economy.

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There are a lot of Impalas on the road so if you're looking for something unique this is not the car for you.

buckeyefan79
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A Great Buy. Very Dependable. — The 2007 Chevy Impala is a great buy. It has exceptional styling and great performance. This particular model has a 3.9 liter V6 that has displacement on demand. This feature allows the engine to switch between a 6 cylinder mode for performance and a 3 cylinder mode for economy. Love this feature. Car handles awesome and has plenty of room for the family and friends.

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Brandon writes:
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Luxury but Sporty

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Sweet Car All Around. — The performance is awesome the 5.3 liter V8 really kicks out the horses stock but after some modifications it really burns the rubber. Don't like the style rims on it but they will change be changed after a while. Even though its front wheel drive its a good car the bonus is i can drive it in the snow.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

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Dustin writes:
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Great handling, braking, and comfortable ride.

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Lacks power from the v6

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Chevy Impala — Great car. Overall a very solid. No rattles or shakes. Would like to see what kind of power the V8 had to offer. A very fuel efficent vehicle with the FlexFuel option. Belt seems to squeal alittle when you ounch the gas.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

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2012 Chevrolet Impala Reviews

It Is A Great Car, And Is Definitely One Of The Best Deals On The Market. By vanceray95

The mirrors are small, so it had a few blind spots. It is a smooth and comfortable ride, and I was really surprised at the amount of power it had. I also enjoyed the sun roof, and Onstar is a helpful ... Read More

Nice Reliable Family Car. By ssmith888

I like the performance and mileage. Large trunk space. It is the gold color which does not show the dirt, but it is a common color, there are a lot of them on the road. We have the cloth seats whic... Read More

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2011 Chevrolet Impala Reviews

Buy Almost New For A Huge Savings By mikescott

i bought it for my girl friend, she wanted the leather bucket seats,if i would have new things wouldnt worked out,i would have bought the bench seats,and then had leather added to it.i pprefere bench ... Read More

Drive It-you'll Love It! By Bigblonde

Spaious interior, great handling, stylish, gas mileage is better than the Camery. Love the heated leather seats, sunroof and I have become a very big fan of the Onstar system. I load large signs in ... Read More

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2010 Chevrolet Impala Reviews

Mostly Japanese, Chineese, Or Mexican Made. By kissmepam

Right after the warrenty ran out the front drivers side and the rear drivers side window regulators broke. The piece that holds the cable was made with cheap plastic. All of the Heater/AC actuators br... Read More

Peppy, Stylish And Affordable By therosekeeper

This vehicle is a good American made vehicle that gets good mileage, handles well and its ride is close to that of a fancy Cadilliac. Back seats could use a little more leg room, but that is not why I... Read More

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2009 Chevrolet Impala Reviews

Dignified,fuel Efficient Cruiser By calvary

2009 Impala looks so respectable.It is also very ,Fuel Efficient29+ miles per gallon. Such a comfortable Cruiser with wonderful leather seats.It Handles and Drives so very well,, also has all the powe... Read More

Basic Reliable Car By Ahmeed

I bought one and added a lot to it (rims, AM/FM Satelite, DVD, GPS, IPOD, compatible touch screen deck, tinted the windows, added sub-woofers). Spent a lot of money to kind of bring it up. Next car ... Read More

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2008 Chevrolet Impala Reviews

2008 Chevy Impala, Gold By 2008_Chevy_Impala

I have no "dislikes" about this vehicle. It drives great, it looks great, it's very dependable. I have driven out of state and was never worried about break downs, etc. Good gas mileage. Very roomy in... Read More

Beast Of A Car! By tswear

i love the V8 in the car, the car's power is unmatched! one down side is that the V8 requires super unleaded, (89 octane minimum) to perform to the mileage specs, i get anywhere from 16-20 city, depen... Read More

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