The 2006 Chevrolet Impala Pulled Out "Most Of The Stops"

I have a confession to make: I have a soft spot for the blandest of bland last-generation Impala.

I drove a white fleet-spec Impala like this for a summer lab tech gig, hauling shovels and buckets of soil to and from a farm an hour or so away where my lab had a test field of crops. It was actually quite a challenge to find any semblance of character in the car, which did nothing but eat up highway miles and stay reasonably composed when I drove very sensible, not-at-all-unreasonably high speeds on the final gravel sections of my trip.

Yes there was a 'traction control off' button. No I can't say why I know that.

What does Motorweek think? They said that GM pulled out "most of the stops" on this Impala, and that is the most painfully, hilariously adept assessment of a car like this I've ever heard.

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This is why John Davis is the man. Sit back and watch with respect as he reviews the shit out of this front-drive beigemobile.

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every Impala in Houston :( I wonder if a body lift and the 28 inch flea market chrome wheels wrapped in worn out cheap Chinese tires help out the 148 ft. braking distance from 60-0 mph any.