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#13 of 25 Re: Will there be a 2010 update? [ryster]
May 22, 2009 (6:13 pm)
Thanks for the feedback.I had few issues with my '06 2LT, but I only had 27000 miles on it. I haven't felt any of the ISS issues on my '09; I'm not confident that they re-engineered the shaft to eliminate the problem so it's probably just a matter of time. It was replaced on my'06 and on my wife's '07 Grand Prix. Other than that, both cars have been excellent.
#14 of 25 06 Impala, dead in its tracks!
May 27, 2009 (6:05 pm)
Has anyone experienced this; Today went to start the 06, it cranked as usual, hit the brake and grabbed the shift lever.......nothing. The release button is solid, wont move, the shift stuck in park . This is a 3LT with 3.9 V6, Auto Trans. Mileage just out of warranty
Can't find anything in the guide about this. Any one have experience with this? Thanks
Jul 08, 2009 (4:46 pm)
Its a shame that the effort that was put into projects like the 2010 camaro wasn't put into the impala. The impala has been mentioned more than any other vehicle in songs across many genres alone the impala could save gm from backruptcy. The brand new 2010 Buick LaCrosse is everything the impala should have been from the dynamic body styling to the superluxury interior. Normally I don't like rebadging but in this case the only thing needed is the impala symbol to complete the package.
#16 of 25 Re: Will there be a 2010 update? [SilverLTZ08]
Sep 23, 2009 (11:19 am)
I picked up a 2006 Impala SS with 20,000 miles.
i am thrilled with performance gas mileage an handling including
18 inch wheels V8 and all. Had Cady Eldo 1997 engine blew. Not the same,but still fun
#17 of 25 Re: Will there be a 2010 update? [SilverLTZ08]
May 13, 2010 (7:19 pm)
I just got a new left over 2009 Impala LTZ and so far it has been a great car. The 3.9 liter V6 has more than adequate power, shifts very smoothly, downshifts without hesitation, and has a huge trunk. I find the sport suspension with the SS tires a pleasant surprise on this car.
I wanted a car with flex fuel capability, big trunk and folding rear seat, and at least a V6 engine. There is not much choice out there. The Impala SS does not have the flex fuel capability, and it has the stupid AFM system, which I do not care for.
#18 of 25 head and tail lights
Jul 20, 2011 (8:02 pm)
So i just got a 2010 impala lt im planning on tinting bout head and tail light. My question is can i just change my regual bulbs to halogen or do i need to do somthing special?
#19 of 25 2010 Impala from hell...
Oct 24, 2011 (12:21 pm)
We purchased the Impala new last year with 200 miles on it. Now it has 43k miles on it. It is a LS. Within the last year we have replaced the vent that changes the AC from hot to cold and back twice. 3 weeks ago we had an Allignment done and it cost $100 extra because of how it was designed and required a kit to get it right. Last week we fired her up early in the morning and when we started to drive to work she would not acellerate and hand no power. Come to find out the car was in a special mode designed to get you off the side of the road if the car had a major problem and was stuck in third. This is an automatic transmition. So we take it... under warenty... to the lockal dealer. The service guy said that the transmition was toast and had to instaul a new one. There is a week lead time to get it but my trusty 2004 GTO is taking care of me and my kids untill we get it back. As a whole we have been dissapointed with the cars low quality design and relyability. Is anyone else haveing simular issues? To bad pontiac had to die and allow that pice of crap to continue to be produced. 21k brand new and less than 2 years old we have replaced a set of tires already with only 43k miles on them because of the crappy suspention craftmanship. Am I the only one pissed off about this? I will be trading it asap.
#21 of 25 2010 Chevrolet Impala
Oct 11, 2012 (6:55 pm)
#22 of 25 2010 Chevrolet Impala
Oct 10, 2012 (6:52 pm)
I have had continuous problems with the 2010 Chevrolet Impala. The first began with the front end suspension, the whining noise coming from the radio, steering wheel is now crooked from a shaft they replaced and a harsh shift in the transmission. General Motors has refused to work on the vehicle and replace parts even though the vehicle is under warranty.