Chevy Impala Makes me Ready for a Car

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I have been driving a Chevy Avalanche for a while now. The new Chevy Impala might make me ready for car. Pretty sure my truck phase might be over and cars are looking a bit nicer to me now! This is a Fashionista Events opportunity.

I have been a “truck girl” for most of my life. Growing up with a family of construction workers, I just always loved being in a truck. Being higher off the ground and in a huge machine always made me feel safer. People laugh because I am short and clearly don’t really “fit” into a humungous vehicle. I never cared and always insisted that I wanted the biggest Chevy truck I could get.

Chevy Avalanche

Turns out I suck at driving large machines. I cannot tell you how many times I have plowed over curbs, sideswiped poles, and who knows what else in my truck. It’s just too darn big for me to see and feel what I am doing. I am woman enough to admit that, darn it. I also whacked the mirror off pulling out of the garage. 🙁

I purchased the Chevy Avalanche a while back when money was better and gas was a lot cheaper. Now that things have changed I wouldn’t mind downsizing a bit. The truck is awesome and a darn sweet setup when it comes to towing the boat, but having a car for everyday use would be ideal.

Chevy Impala

Watch this video of the Chevy Impala and see if you like it.

The Chevy Cruze isn’t bad either!

What kind of vehicle do you drive? What’s your favorite Chevy?

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  1. When I was growing up we had a 57 Chevy station wagon that took us on a lot of vacations. I had my Toyota for 20 years and have had my Hyundai for 10. I like good gas mileage.

  2. I like the Impala, I don’t really have a fav car. I loved having a truck, but only as a second car. Once I switched to smaller cars, I realize how much easier they are to drive, ie curbs, parking in tight spots, etc.

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