Frequently Asked Questions Ask APW
Are Chevrolet Impala side-view mirrors sold by pair?
Answer: No. Side-view mirrors that are available online are usually sold individually. Consequently, Chevrolet Impala owners can easily replace their side-view mirrors especially if only one of the two is broken, damaged, or lost.
Can Chevrolet Impala owners buy foldable replacements for their old side-view mirrors?
Answer: Yes. Although most of the mirror replacements offered online for Chevrolet Impala models are non-folding, there are various online stores that sell manual folding side-view mirrors.
Do the replacement mirrors for Chevrolet Impala come with the hardware used for installation?
Answer: Direct-fit and OEM mirror replacements for Chevrolet Impala models do not usually include installation hardware in the package unless it is stated in the product description. But for most online stores, their mirror replacement products come with just the wiring, mirror, connector, and housing for electronic-powered mirrors. For manual mirrors, the package contains the housing and the mirror.
Is it possible to replace the regular mirrors on Chevrolet Impala models with units with upgraded features?
Answer: Yes. The original side-view mirrors in some Chevrolet Impala models may not have the latest trends in auto mirror technology. But various online stores offer replacements with the newest features. These include auto-dimming capabilities that can reduce glare, built-in signal lights, and electronic-powered side- and rear-view mirrors for easy adjustment. However, these upgrades will only be possible if the mounts are the same. If not, certain adjustments in the electrical wirings and other components must first be made before these upgrades can become plausible.
Why are the Chevrolet Impala heated side-view mirrors more expensive than the non-heated ones?
Answer: Heated Chevy Impala mirrors have this special feature called the defroster. This defroster circuit, which can be found at the back of the mirror glass, heats the mirror up to prevent moist or freezing. Heated mirrors are especially needed in areas with colder climates.