My 1996 Impala SS
My new car a 96' Impala SS. All stock with 31,500 Miles on the clock. GM
needs to make more cars like this and not the same old boring "fleet cars".
GM please bring back the "true" Impala. The Caprice PPV was a good start.
Now make a civilian version.
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1996 Chevrolet Impala SS
1996 Chevrolet Impala SS
"This 1996 Chevrolet Impala SS was introduced at the 1993 Detroit auto
show; the new SS was essentially a Caprice LTZ with an exterior dress-up
package and a Corvette-based iron-headed 5.7-liter/260-horse LT1 V-8. In a
1994 Motor Trend road test, the reborn Impala hustled to 60 mph in only 7.1
seconds and can do the standing quarter mile in just over 15 seconds and
reach a top of over 140 mph, which ain't bad for a two ton sedan. Large
brakes and attractive 17-inch rolling stock helped stop it from the same
speed in just 120 feet.
The 1996 Chevrolet Impala SS is fun car to drive, with its 17 original
alloy wheels and to tame this beast, it has four-wheel ABS disc brakes,
special suspension and Z-rated.
The 1996 Chevrolet Impala SS has inspired an owners club keenly named
NAISSO, there are many web sites devoted to the Impala, an aftermarket and
many enthusiastic ramblings in the automotive press. All in all, the 96
Impala SS is lot of modern-day musclecar for the money.