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Chevrolet : Impala Super Sport 2004 Chevy IMPALA SS SUPERCHARGED! ONE OWNER!!

Chevrolet : Impala Super Sport 2004 Chevy IMPALA SS SUPERCHARGED! ONE OWNER!!


Jeffersonville, Vermont

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Adrenaline Cars presents for your consideration:2004 Chevy Impala SS Supercharged, 240 Horsepower Sedan!!The supercharged Impala SS joined the lineup for 2004. Besides offering 240 horsepower, the SS features a tightened suspension to allow it to take corners with a bit more gusto. Six-passenger seating availability, good crash test scores, torquey V6 engines. 18–21 city / 28–32 hwy Don't be shy. bury the gas pedal of the new Impala SS, and its Roots-supercharged 3.8-liter pushrod V-6 will pin you against the seat. We're talking torque here, 280 lb.-ft. of it delivered at 3600 rpm, and 240 bhp at 5200 rpm, enough to send at least one front tire into a smoking frenzy when the traction control is shut off. This roomy sedan is a far cry from the Positraction-equipped, 427 V-8-powered Impala SS of 1967, or even the Corvette-engined Caprice-based Impala SS which left us at the end of 1996, but its mission is remarkably similar: that of creating what "may well be the ultimate average car," as the author of Car Life's road test of the original so succinctly put it. While the new version may lack the muscle car's nostalgic allure, its monochromatic black exterior (the only color offered), rear spoiler, side moldings and 5-spoke 17-in. alloys with P235/55R-17 Goodyear rubber do pump some attitude into a car that otherwise tends to blend with its surroundings. The 2004 version certainly one-ups the original in handling, with flat cornering, decent grip and a ride that's firm yet not overly harsh, accomplished with stiffer springs and anti-roll bars (the front bar is now a stout 1.3-in. diameter piece) for the strut-at-each-corner suspension. We wish the flattish bolstering of the seats was up to the increased cornering pace, as the only things that impede your lateral progress are the door panel and center console. The steering system handles the engine's might with only slight torque steer. Anti-lock braking is standard, acting on 4-wheel disc brakes, with a nicely firm pedal feel. Inside, there's what seems like acres of room, especially in the rear seating area with its broad bench and ample head clearance. The trunk's a cavern too, with 18.6 cu. ft. of space. Out on the road in cruise mode, the Impala SS is relaxed, its strengthened Hydra-Matic 4T65-E 4-speed providing unobtrusive, smooth shifts with a quick kick-down reaction. Even with the increased spring rates, the structure feels very solid and squeak-free, and tall gearing makes for low revs and noise levels at freeway speeds. The supercharged V-6 — which also receives a direct-mounted air-conditioning compressor (for reduced noise) and powder-metal connecting rods (better durability, less weight than cast iron) — feels like it's loafing most of the time; when pressed it emits a dull roar of compressor whoosh and mechanical sound that's neither objectionable nor inspiring. What We Like Predictable FWD handling Performance of SS Automatic-transmission operation Driving ease Maneuverability Adrenaline Cars prides our business on having customers being thrilled to drive away with their new wheels. We have a variety of cars from classic, muscle to everyday sporty commuters. We have an excellent reputation in providing quality vehicles for your consideration. Cars can be picked up in Vermont or delivered to Massachusetts to make it easier for you.