1995 Chevrolet Impala SS LT1 5.7 V8 from Switzerland


A great and huge toy


Rear passenger side window.

Right (passenger side) exhaust manifold.

General Comments:

The 1994-1996 Impala SS is a great car. It looks great and aggressive. It's powerful and most people don't expect that such a big car could move so quickly.

It also was a cheap car at the time and well... in the inside it is a very cheap car. There are 4 different kind of cheap plastic in each door panels, and that makes 4 different colors. It also squeaks and makes noises every time you look at them (even if don't) The interior is very low in quality, but still, the leather (seating surface) seats look good with the SS and deer emblems.

Given the size of the car, it isn't very roomy. Lots of room is lost on the dash top and in the rear. The truck still has this huge wheel right in the middle, but it's kind of cool to imagine that such a cool car has the same frame as the old 1977 Caprice.

But after all, it's a great car; it looks wonderful, is a head turner, and sounds great. It performs well, and is comfortable. I was looking for 1996 Seville STS when I bought it. So it isn't as much refined as the STS would have been. I'm not driving it everyday since its value is going up with the years, and that is a problem since I was looking for an STS as a daily driver. I might have to have both.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know

Review Date: 29th November, 2005

1995 Chevrolet Impala SS 5.7 from North America


A Man's car


Radiator at 90,000 miles.

Water pump at 85,000 miles.

Brake calipers at 80,000 miles.

Power window motor drivers side.

Window regulators all windows-cheap plastic which are prone to break on this car.That's about it. Rides like new and is fast as hell. Wish they still made a car like this.

General Comments:

Fast,big and comfortable. Will be a collector's item some day.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 9th August, 2002