Should I buy a 2007 impala fully loaded for 3200 with 186k miles ?

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Asked by Nov 22, 2015 at 05:01 PM about the 2007 Chevrolet Impala LTZ

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I wouldn't! Unless you've known this car from day 1. My '03 S-10 Pick Up had 264,000 on it when I bought it as a second vehicle in 2011. But it was a company vehicle, I knew it from day 1, and I only paid $300 for it. HTH. -Jim

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How much would you pay and home much miles do impalas go up to before it start giving out

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Private party deal, around $2500, how long before it gives you issues? Anyone's guess, your buying a used car, make sure you have some extra cash to get it the way you want it and for future repairs. If your really concerned about issues and you love the car, have your mechanic look it over for you, that way you know what exactly what things you will be dealing with sooner than later.

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Great help ! . What's a good place for Impala engines .

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On the 2000 thru 2005 models if you make it to 100,000 miles without a major failure, you're doing extremely well!! I doubt that the '07s are much better. Major problems usually start between 90,000 and 120,000 miles. Check out car complaints.com to see what others have to say about these cars. On the flip side, at 186,000 miles most of the problems with the engine and transmission should have been fixed by now. But whose to say that they won't happen again. I had an '02 Impala that "ate" 2 transmissions within 130,000 miles. After the second transmission, I traded it in. HTH. -Jim

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