Are Chevy Impalas Reliable?

What is the rarest Impala?

1969 Chevrolet Impala SS 427/425 HP L72 2-Door Sport Coupe.

ONE OF THE RAREST IMPALA EVER PRODUCED!.

Do Chevy Impalas last long?

If you want a cheap sedan that lasts long, the Chevy Impala is one of your best bet. Treated well, the average Chevrolet Impala can last 150,000 miles easily. However, reports from owners suggest you can get more miles from an Impala — up to 200,000 miles or more.

Is Chevy Impala a reliable car?

The Chevrolet Impala Reliability Rating is 3.5 out of 5. It ranks 20th out of 32 for all car brands.

Do Chevy Impalas have transmission problems?

Problem – A common Chevrolet Impala transmission problem is an intermittent hard 1-2 shift, often accompanied by engine bogging. This condition can be caused by the torque convertor clutch applying during the shift.

What is the best year for Chevy Impala?

The majority of Chevy Impala models have average-to-low numbers of complaints. The 2008 model is probably the best deal, which can be purchased for as little as $6,500. Newer Impala vehicles, like the 2012 model, cost around $7,000-$9,000 and have much fewer complaints.

Why did Chevy discontinue the Impala?

The Detroit/Hamtramck plant was retooled to produce electric vehicles. Other things that led to the Impala’s end beyond its terrible sales (just 44,978 in 2019, down from 311,128 just 12 years earlier in 2007), were its lackluster and poor design, and the harsh reviews it received from critics.