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VIN number 2G1WD58C089228150: 2008 CHEVROLET Impala Limited

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ModelImpala Limited
Factory designationImpala
Body ClassSedan/Saloon
Engine Cylinders4
Displacement CC1600.0
Displacement CI97.63799055157
Displacement L1.6
Engine ModelLDE - VVT, Variable Camshaft Phasing, Variable Intake Module (VIM)
Fuel Type PrimaryGasoline
SeriesPolice Vehicle
AirBag Loc Curtain1st Row (Driver & Passenger)
Valve Train DesignDual Overhead Cam (DOHC)
Engine ConfigurationIn-Line
AirBag Loc Front1st Row (Driver & Passenger)
Fuel Injection TypeMultipoint Fuel Injection (MPFI)
Seat Belts AllManual
NCSA Body Type4-door sedan, hardtop
NCSA MakeChevrolet
NCSA ModelImpala/Caprice (For SS from 2014 on, use 20-021.)
NoteBody Type: 4 Dr, 6Window Sedan; Notchback
Other Restraint System InfoRoof Airbags for Driver and passenger and Occupant Sensor
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