2007 Chevrolet Impala Owner Reviews & Problems
Reviews For Chevrolet Impala
My 2007 Chevrolet Impala is the perfect for me. I love the space in the trunk.
The car is great! I have very little problems with it. A slight annoyance however is that if I wear a ponytail, it hits the headrest and is very uncomfortable. I have not tried adjusting it yet, but that is a very small problem. Also, the cup holders are two different sizes so you cannot fit two big drinks. I will say that the radio does not turn off for a long time when you shut off the car – you have to turn it off manually. Not a big problem, but I found out that owners of the same kind of car also have this problem. For my car, the back door on the passenger side does not always unlock no matter how many times you hit the button. Again, not that big of a deal and I am sure it would be a quick fix if I took it in to someone. The heating and cooling works wonderfully as well. It does not take long for the car to heat up or cool down at all. The trunk is great as well. It is surprising how much room there actually is – it is great for when you are traveling with a lot of luggage and whatnot. It was perfect for when I moved into my college dorm. The remote start is a great feature that I am going to appreciate a lot this coming winter. The AUX cord is also another great feature. I tend to use that more than the radio. All in all I am very satisfied with the car!
Considering the miles I put on my car drives smooth and its good in the snow.
There are a lot of recalls on this make and model. A lot of the recalls just came out the last couple of years and it screwed people that a lot of miles because it didn't cover us even the fact is it is many years later so not fair to the car owner. It also has had many issues with the computer part that controls the traction control likes to turn it is self on and off very dangerous. I have had a lot of issues with the actual control part of the computer would give off the wrong signal and a lot of times the part was actually fine and worked perfectly fine. I am having issues with the board in my steering wheel that has my signal for my turning signals and my bright light control every time I hit a bump my bright lights switch on and blinds people in front of me.
Great family car, dependable and spacious.
Purchased my Impala for it is dependability and roomy interior. Had one previous owner who took care of the car so I had none as well. First repair was a slipping gear in the transmission manifold. Not had any problems since replacing faulty parts. Car has remote start which has been helpful in the hot summer months and cold winter months. Had 3 kids since purchase of vehicle and was delighted to find that 3 car seats are able to fit in the back seat. Trunk is spacious for hauling groceries and car is also great on gas. Have had other minor repairs including water pump, alternator and battery. Overall satisfied with my car and it is perform.
My car is very reliable and a beautiful red!!
I really like my Chevrolet impala. It gets at least 26 miles per gallon (highway miles). I have travelled from Pennsylvania to Florida no less than 10 times this past year. The performance of the car during those trips were outstanding. With regard to repairs, I have had relatively minimal ones. I have replaced the battery, windshield wipers and tires, which is normal wear and tear on a car. The interior has held up very well and is very comfortable. The car has am/FM stereo with a CD player and terrific speakers. When I purchase another car, I will strongly consider purchasing another impala!
Large trunk that can be made larger with fold down back seats.
My 2007 Chevy impala has approximately 82000 miles and I have had it over 5 years. Runs well, have had engine repair at around 29000 miles just after I purchased it. Have had to replace wheel bearings on both front, also front sway bar that broke in half. It is not the most comfortable car and it is not very soundproof. A great feature it does have is the back seats fold down to extend the trunk space. I use my car like a truck to haul things often. All in all it has been pretty dependable and gets ok mileage (also can use flex fuel which is great).
I love the automatic moon roof and stereo system in the Chevrolet impala.
I have a 2007 Chevrolet impala. This is the second impala that we have owned. Our first impala had over 200, 000 miles and was still running like a champ when we sold it. My husband felt I needed a car with less miles to travel back and forth to work. I am the second owner of the 2007 impala and have had absolutely no issues. The main thing you always need to do is maintenance your car and have your oil changed. The Chevrolet impala will take you many miles down the road. You will not be disappointed with an impala!
It is very good on mileage because it does not burn much gas.
My car is very dependable. I love it. It never lets me down. We've had good and even better times. Sometimes my car have had it is ups and downs because of like little stuff as in the heater not getting hot because of the water thing breaking or like the thermometer sticking because of it being so cold outside like little minor stuff basically but it was all worth the buy because my car has been a good car and I have almost had my car for a year it is good on gas and it is also good on mileage.
Chevrolet is the best! 2007 Chevy Impala.
My husband bought our 2007 Chevy in 2016. She runs great. We've only had one problem with her and that was a small issue with the wheel alignment on the rear tires. All it needed was special alignment bolts to fix it. My husband fix it himself. Two on the driver's side and one on the passenger side. We've driven down the san Diego, California twice from Modesto, California. Which is around 453 miles going and coming with no problems. My parents drove nothing but Chevrolet when I was a kid.
Once every is fixed on these cars they can actually be nice cars.
The 2007 Impala is by far not one of the best cars to buy if your looking for something affordable on a budget, this car will make you spend more money in the long run with upkeep, and keeping this car running with all the parts breaking and not working, these cars are expensive money pits, if anyone thinking of getting one you should get someone who knows a lot about cars to check it up or else you will be spending a lot of unnecessary money on these cars.
It has 327,000 miles, but it runs like a brand new car.
My car is now 11 years old and has been very reliable. It is just now needing work done on it. Before 2017, the only work done on the car was new tires being put on or oil changes. Now, that my car has 327,000+ miles on it, it has a few transmission issues but I've found it to be very reliable as long as I keep up with the fluids in it. It has a fantastic air conditioner along with great gas mileage and is very comfortable as far as enough room in the car.