Chevrolet impala lt: the power sedan.
2008 Chevrolet Impala LT
The car runs well for a long time, so the life quality is great! Gas mileage is something I always want the best of, but it does fairly well even compared to some newer models. Nothing beats the spacious interior and-better yet- the trunk has enough room for even the longest road trips! The digital dashboard features are much more useful than I originally expected and can help a lot, like showing me the pressure in each of my tires or even the oil life. The car does seem to have some issues with the actuator(s); a couple have 'gone bad' and create an awful knocking sound. It is temporary, but starts up at certain times. It is more an annoyance than anything else. The car can handle a lot from hot summer days to far below zero temperatures. The gas tank easily hold 16 gal, which is nice to not fill up so often. The e85 flex fuel alternative is a great sustainability mark! That on top of the upper tier gas mileage really sells me from an environmental standpoint. Electric seat adjustment allows for that perfect, custom fit to give you a comfortable drive. The armrest compartment provides room for your sunglasses and more. It even flips up to serve as the back of a sixth seat- with an extra seatbelt, of course. The 'seat' converts into a pair of cup holders in two different sizes to save you frustration. The back middle seat also reveals a pair of cup holders, though this does remove the option if there are three people in the rear. There is no shortage of power adapter ports! Everyone will be able to charge their devices with two in front and one in back. It is all-around a stellar choice sedan for a single adult or a small family.