Browse factory OEM used Chevy Impala replacement parts list online. View our used Chevy Impala vehicles catalog for wholesale car parts. Car photos are of actual stock, not diagrams!
This 2018 Chevy Impala LT is Stock #20-233-3 and has 62 used parts still available for purchase. This donor vehicle is a 4 Door Sedan and has a 3.6L engine. The model package is LT and the transmission is AT. The vehicle's outside color is Silver (Silver Ice Metallic - Gan).
This 2004 Chevy Impala is Stock #18-127-3 and has 35 used parts still available for purchase. This donor vehicle is a 4 Door Sedan.
Here's a sample of some Chevy Impala parts we currently stock:
|Part Price||Part Year||Part Description||Part Image||Date Published|
|$10||2018||Front driver ABS SENSOR||10/09/2020|
|$90||2018||Front driver LOWER CONTROL ARM||10/09/2020|
|$100||2018||GAS / FUEL PUMP - NUG||10/09/2020|
|$130||2018||Rear trim liner Rear driver INTERIOR DOOR PANEL - BLACK
Has minor scratches.
|$25||2018||Front driver INNER FENDER LINER
Has a ripped area.
|$50||2018||SHIFTER SELECT LEVER ASSY||10/09/2020|
|$225||2018||Crossmember FRONT SUB FRAME has a dent||10/09/2020|
|$45||2018||POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE BATTERY CABLE||10/09/2020|
|$15||2004||Oxygen Sensor -Exhaust Manifold
Installs in exhaust manifold.
The Chevrolet Impala is a full-size car sold from 1958-present. The Impala was the most expensive Chevy model through 1965 and became the best-selling vehicle in America. Many trim levels were used through the years, with the latest gen (2014-present) having LS, LT, and LTZ (Premier).
Many engines were used in this vehicle, always V6 and V8 up until 2014 where Ecotec l4 engines were used. Various automatic and manual transmissions were used; no CVT transmissions have been utilized for the Impala. The most popular body style is 4-door sedan, but station wagons and coupes were made with earlier generations.
OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) parts are made by the same manufacturer that made the parts for your car when it was originally built. They are designed to fit and function exactly as the original part did, which can help ensure a high level of quality and performance.
Using OEM parts for repairs and maintenance can help preserve the resale value of your vehicle. When you use OEM parts, you can demonstrate that you have taken good care of your vehicle and have used high-quality, manufacturer-approved parts for any repairs or replacements.