2001 Chevrolet Impala Owner Reviews & Problems
Reviews For Chevrolet Impala
Love the features and its dependability.
My vehicle runs very well. It has just over 113, 000 miles and has not given me many problems. I have always kept up on the maintenance and get a yearly inspection and I haven't had any issue. I had to replace the alternator but being 17 years old that is to be expected. I love my leather interior and the ls model I own is all electric, windows, doors, seats, etc.. I would refer this vehicle's manufacturer to anyone. Chevrolet makes a strong, dependable and long lasting line or cars and trucks. I am lucky to have one of the impalas from the early 2000's and I'll drive it until it will not go anymore. Selling it has never crossed my mind.
The 2001 Impala is simply amazing car.
I drive a 2001 Impala I think purchasing this car new would be a better option for a buyer. This car is wonderful and drives smooth but cosmetics tear real easy radio light switches etc. I'd recommend this vehicle though all in all its good. I also want to add that the factory amps quickly quit working forcing you to run new speaker wire to existing speakers to bypass the factory amp.
Good reliable car. Good mileage. Never breaks down.
My Impala is reliable it is been with me for so many years since I was 18 had fun memories in that car. The performance is great good gas mileage and can make for a good road trip car. My car last me all this time and even till this day it is the only car I trust on the road may had a few accidents but still the most reliable thing I have in my life right now.
Performance issue remains unfixed on later model Impalas.
Reliability has been sketchy because of a sensor problem that took too many trips to properly diagnose. Same problem encountered thus far on our 2015 Impala. The car is VERY comfortable. It has a sunroof which we have enjoyed. We also like the built-in OnStar features, although we do not subscribe. The car has stood up to quite a bit of use over the years.
Never had to work on it since I have had it.
Has only needed oil changed and tires. Never broke down or stopped working. I wish that it had cup holders in a different spot and my cigarette lighter sometimes flies out of its socket when it is done heating up. I don't really know what else to say about it the paint held up ok other than the good and for like a week my air conditioning smells bad.
It is junk and only worsening features of design.
Ever since I have purchased this vehicle I have worsening radiator problems. It overheats and also the heat quit working I have taken it to a mechanic 7 times just this year alone. Apparently Impalas have had multiple problems with there design to begin with. If I would have known this before I bought it I would have never had chosen this vehicle.
The 2001 Impala is a great car.
This is a great car. It handles well and is easy to work on. I have had a few issues with the electrical system, but otherwise, nothing major. It is comfortable and has great ac and heat. It is also a roomy and spacious ride. I have plenty of room for anything I may purchase. The gas mileage is also very good for a sedan of that size.
Smooth running, good gas mileage.
Chevy Impala is older but runs great and gets me from a to b. Being 17 years old it does need work. Always remember to change oil check fluids and fans and lines. Gets pretty good gas mileage. Smooth running only have intown drive just got it in may. If your interested in an Impala I would highly recommend this vehicle.
My car is like a bolt of lighting.
My car has been to a lot of places. It rides great on the highway. I haven't really had any problems with it yet. My car came with banging speakers and rims. I've been to more than four states in my car and it still runs fine. It's a very fast car. It also rides smooth so it feels like you are riding in a airplane.
My Impala dependable and comfortable.
My Impala has been very reliable. It is excellent on gas mileage. I am a big and tall guy and the car has plenty of room and comfort. I haven't had any major mechanical issues. I drive one hour one way to work and one hour back home. So I am in my car a lot each week. I work 12 hr. shifts so I need dependability.