Commuter Sedan - What would you buy?

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A jeep wrangler is lots of fun. Can bush bash them too.
It’s still for sale

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Tyler, if you’re looking at any dealerships, I would stay away from Camrose Chrysler. I bought a used vehicle from them once and never again!!
 

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I've been happy running older Impala's for the last 7 years. I put around 150k on the first one with minimal maintenance. I sold it with 320k as I found a good deal on another 2006 from an elderly guy who was the original owner, with only 100k on it. I regularly see these cars for sale with the 3.5L engine with 300-400k on them, original motor and trans. Parts are easy to find and cheap. There's hundreds of video's on Youtube how to literally fix anything on them. It gets between 6-7L/100km on the highway. Runs around SK just fine with winter tires. Lots of room in the back for the kids, and a huge trunk to fit some hockey bags.

here's the 06 I sold with 320k on it
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here's the 06 i bought with 100k on it
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I've been happy running older Impala's for the last 7 years. I put around 150k on the first one with minimal maintenance. I sold it with 320k as I found a good deal on another 2006 from an elderly guy who was the original owner, with only 100k on it. I regularly see these cars for sale with the 3.5L engine with 300-400k on them, original motor and trans. Parts are easy to find and cheap. There's hundreds of video's on Youtube how to literally fix anything on them. It gets between 6-7L/100km on the highway. Runs around SK just fine with winter tires. Lots of room in the back for the kids, and a huge trunk to fit some hockey bags.

here's the 06 I sold with 320k on it
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here's the 06 i bought with 100k on it
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great car, rides good, mileage is good, parts and repairs are also available. reason why police forces use the chev impala, and ford crown vic! last forever, good ride, driver has better than average surviving car crashes. plus enough room to haul the family around if required!
 

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I've been happy running older Impala's for the last 7 years. I put around 150k on the first one with minimal maintenance. I sold it with 320k as I found a good deal on another 2006 from an elderly guy who was the original owner, with only 100k on it. I regularly see these cars for sale with the 3.5L engine with 300-400k on them, original motor and trans. Parts are easy to find and cheap. There's hundreds of video's on Youtube how to literally fix anything on them. It gets between 6-7L/100km on the highway. Runs around SK just fine with winter tires. Lots of room in the back for the kids, and a huge trunk to fit some hockey bags.

here's the 06 I sold with 320k on it
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here's the 06 i bought with 100k on it
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flash backs from when I was a kid going from AB to SK, I knew we crossed the line when the sedans had mud flaps.
 

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great car, rides good, mileage is good, parts and repairs are also available. reason why police forces use the chev impala, and ford crown vic! last forever, good ride, driver has better than average surviving car crashes. plus enough room to haul the family around if required!
I got a set of the impala police interceptor wheels that I run spring-fall lol

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