2010 Chevrolet Impala Top Comparisons

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2010 Chevrolet ImpalaReview
rca1980 writes:
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My second Impala! Love it as much as my first one!

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Guru9WFMN1 writes:
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Great condition as described and runs perfect. Would buy a car again like this one.

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Guru9Z578M writes:
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Great car with very low miles. Super clean and well maintained.

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GuruGYHXJ writes:
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like a split back seat. Like that it has 6 seats!

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Guru24LMN writes:
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didnt do a test drive but the impala is great

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2010 Chevrolet Impala LS FWDReview
Sonflower writes:
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Tinted Out Impala — This car is a 2010 Chevy impala it is fun to drive and looks quite good with timed windows all around the car gets great gas mileage and the inside is roomy the trunk space is deep and roomy also

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Easy to drive great handling

Cons: A few scratches

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2010 Chevrolet Impala LT FWDReview
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Peppy, Stylish And Affordable — 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 bought it.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Comfortable, steering wheel audio controls, bluetooth

Cons: Interior storage for drinks

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2010 Chevrolet ImpalaReview
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2010 Chevy Impala With 50k Miles — I like the fuel economy considering the size of the car. I also like the trunk space. The car handles very well. It would be a little better if it had more options. Overall, great reliable vehicle with low miles.

Pros: Great dependable car.

Cons: basic package

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2010 Chevrolet Impala LT FWDReview
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Great Car For The Family! — I just purchased my new Impala and it was exactly what I was looking for. Its roomy, fuel efficient, and has many of the bells and whistles many of us have come to expect. It is a true "family" car. I have seen other reviews that ding the Impala for not being the most modern or having the most powerful engine lineup. I have driven the Avalon and Taurus and they are nice cars. Of coarse they are more expensive also. If you are looking for perfomace, then you need to look elsewhere. If you are looking for reliablity and comfort with plenty of room, the Impala can't be beat.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: price, comfort, room

Cons: average performance

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2010 Chevrolet Impala LS FWDReview
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I Will Never Recommend This Car Or Purchase One Until Gm Makes The Seats More Comfortable —

My company supplies us the Impala for company business. My territory covers Texas, Oklahoma, and Kansas. I have been impressed with the overall performance and reliability as well as the appearance. However, I would never purchase one of these cars and have strongly recommended that others NOT purchase it if they will drive long distances. The seats are so hard you cannot hardly spend more than an hour without the tail going numb. My customers and coworkers (that don't have company cars) always make the comment that the seats are hard. All of my coworkers that have the Impala and cover large territories complain about it. It has become a source of conversation when we all get together these days. I had a 2004 that was very comfortable but since then I have had a 2006, 2008, and now a 2010. My wife cannot stand riding in this car very long. I am 50 years old and 6' and 240 lbs but my wife is only 5'4' and about 100 lbs but this doesn't matter. The headrest on the 2010 model also now leans forward making the head lean forward uncomfortably. I have purchased a memory foam cushion from a truck stop to ease the pain of sitting on the hard seat. I also spent about $130 on a sacro-ease seat back. This is money very well spent but it is a shame that this is what it takes to make the Impala tolerable on long trips. Please note that my territory requires driving sometimes 8 hours one way but still even one hour is very tough. I am considering going to a business mileage reimbursement and driving my own vehicle even though it will cost me a lot more money over a year's driving. The bolltom line is why can't GM take a car that performs so well in other areas but in a seat that makes driving it comfortable. I have had both bench and bucket and they both are uncomfortable. My company does not supply the leather option which I read from others is very comfortable. What a shame. The only other complaint is the chrome ring around the shifter on the console. When traveling south late in the afternoon causes the sun to reflect into my eyes. I have to cover it with something when this happens.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Performs very well

Cons: Front seats are far too hard

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2020 Chevrolet Impala Reviews

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2019 Chevrolet Impala Reviews

Review By Hugh

Great car. I dont like the auto stop feature. Otherwise, no complaints. Read More

Review By Linda

Love this car. This would have been my 5th Impala in 20 years! Read More

2018 Chevrolet Impala Reviews

Review By Frank

Besides it being in Maine. I need a v6, huge sunroof, low mileage. All this criteria must be met. No exceptions. Read More

Review By Nathaniel

I think this car would be a great buy and I feel like it would last a long time. Read More

2017 Chevrolet Impala Reviews

Review By Shawn

I love the car but the only complaint I have is its a bit hard to see out of the rear window because of how small it is. Very minor thing and otherwise the car is great. Read More

Review By Scott

The Premier is a very well equipped model. Leather everything, tons of safety features, plenty of room for adults in the back even with my 6 foot frame. Huge trunk. There are only two things i wish it... Read More

2016 Chevrolet Impala Reviews

Review By Davon

Im very Speechless it was a very beautiful car red Read More

Review By GuruZFLV4

too expensive on the resale market. Engine 2.4 cylinder is very underpowered for this size vehicle. Read More

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