The Chevrolet Malibu is a mid size sedan that has been designed with an eye towards boldness and sleekness.
Inside, the Malibu is spacious with enough room for five adults and offers a relatively large trunk. The interior is thoughtfully designed with comfort at the forefront. The Malibu is flush with features that enhance the driving experience with features and technological innovations that enhance the driving experience.
With a broad grille that merges into a gently assertive hood, the Malibu’s curvy body lines offer an aerodynamic look. The Sport Edition and Midnight Edition add 19-inch black painted aluminum wheels, black front and rear bowtie emblems, a blacked-out grille, and a nameplate badge in black.
The Malibu’s upper trim levels offer more features such as an available sunroof, dual-zone automatic climate control, heated front seats, LED running lights, and more. Most Malibu options are included in packages that offer equipment from higher trim levels.
This mid size sedan is quick and sporty yet able to comfortably handle corners with its 1.5-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder engine that generates 163 horsepower. The Malibu offers a stable, comfortable ride that’s a pleasure for anyone to drive.
Safety continues to remain a priority for Chevrolet. The Malibu offers available forward collision alert, lane change alert with side blind zone alert, adaptive cruise control, rear park assist, front pedestrian braking, high beam assist, rear cross traffic alert, automatic parking assist, and automatic emergency braking.
The Malibu’s chassis is well-suited to handle a curvy road and the steering has reasonable heft. Its bigger wheels and wider tires allow for sharper handling. The cabin is well-insulated from road and engine noise.
The 2023 Malibu drops the Premier trim level in favor of the top-level 2LT, and now features a single powertrain throughout its trim levels, the 163-horsepower, 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine. Otherwise, the Malibu remains unchanged from 2022.
The Chevrolet Malibu first premiered in 1964 as a small family sedan. It began as a rear-wheel-drive vehicle that offered 300 horsepower in a small block V8. The fourth generation of the Malibu would be the last for more than 30 years as the car was discontinued in 1983.
The Malibu reemerged in 1997 in the form of a front-wheel mid size sedan with both a 4-and 6-cylinder engine that generated around 150 to 155 horsepower. It became GM’s top selling passenger car in 2010 with nearly 200,000 units sold. The car has continued to transform as the years have gone by, and it will continue to do so as time comes and goes.
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