i'd stay away from the tune. it's 138 hp, around 3100 lb and just isn't going to be fast, tune or not. stock mine is smooth as baby oil and runs perfect on cheap 87 octane gas.
come on really, i see absolutely no reason whatsoever for a tune on mine. fine if you and others like yours.Come on really dude the tune is the best $400 I've spent it wakes the motor up and helps with automatics shifting problems. I love my tune.
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more power would be nice but as you said it's still slow. you must be part mind reader as i've been thinking seriously about a program 12 or 13 impala. thanks for the video! looks like a good match for my now gone 07 impala ss. yep grandma's car and secretary mustangs and camaros have come a long way in a few years.I would love the extra power of a tune, however pushing the engine beyond the design limits GM intended WILL adversely effect how long the engine and transmission last. Your right though, the car will always be slow, even with 40+ Horsepower & 50+ more torque.
Could buy a leftover 2012-2013 impala with a 3.6L v6 that would definitely take my 1LT 0-60(even if I tuned my cruze) and probably get almost as good of MPG hwy. Ya the cruze is a rocket.... that gets smoked by a stock grandmas car. 2013 Chevrolet Impala V6 acceleration 0-60 0-80 - YouTube