Yea, The excessive space I have is something I'm not used to, the truck is huge, 3 adults (not small ones) can sit comfortably in the rear seats. The comfort I get now knowing my doors are locked at night (old balt no electric locks + me been lazy = unlocked doors) is very nice, the alarm also is nice, electric windows, instant MPG and Tire Pressure information is all bonus stuff I'm also not used too, I know Cobalts have this too, but mine didn't.
I love the new ride, I will be honest, when at the dealership, I was shopping for another Cobalt, but they had non, stumbled on this Impala and it had some hail damage (Discount applied) and well, its mine. It was the fleet standard equipment, so it has no satellite radio and no onstar, but it does have stock remote start and all the other trimmings.
I made the dealership give me an aftermarket alarm and an aftermarket satellite radio, which uses stock radio head unit and is hidden, so apart from no sat antenna on my roof, nobody knows any better the satellite is not stock.
Old Car: Chevy Cobalt 2006 LS Sedan base (Automatic)
New Car: Chevy Impala 2011 LT Fully Loaded (Automatic)