First Impressions: Chevrolet Malibu

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The Malibu is by far my favorite option in it’s class. With it’s world class design the Malibu (as illustrated in the commercials) gives you the feel of a much more expensive luxury sedan more than it does a standard Mid-Sized sedan like it’s competitors. Technology is as good as any of the competitors as Chevrolet has made that part of the vehicle a focus in recent years. The best part of the Malibu aside from it’s phenomenal design is the Fuel economy.
– Aaron H.

The Chevy Malibu is one of the most popular vehicles to rent. Since the Chevy Malibu has an upscale look without the upscale price, it makes it a very desirable vehicle to drive. The previous Chevy Malibu are nothing compared to the new Malibu – lighter in weight, but bigger than ever before, the Chevy Malibu packs more space than it ever has. If you are tired of driving that same old sedan that makes you feel like a sardine, you’ll want to check out the Chevy Malibu.
– Brian Y.

The Malibu is by far my favorite option in it’s class. With it’s world class design the Malibu (as illustrated in the commercials) gives you the feel of a much more expensive luxury sedan more than it does a standard Mid-Sized sedan like it’s competitors. Technology is as good as any of the competitors as Chevrolet has made that part of the vehicle a focus in recent years. The best part of the Malibu aside from it’s phenomenal design is the Fuel economy.
– Aaron H.

The Chevy Malibu is one of the most popular vehicles to rent. Since the Chevy Malibu has an upscale look without the upscale price, it makes it a very desirable vehicle to drive. The previous Chevy Malibu are nothing compared to the new Malibu – lighter in weight, but bigger than ever before, the Chevy Malibu packs more space than it ever has. If you are tired of driving that same old sedan that makes you feel like a sardine, you’ll want to check out the Chevy Malibu.
– Brian Y.

Where Chevrolet excels is in exterior stylings and interior comfort – the Malibu does not deviate from this trend. It’s a solid option for a single person or family that needs a roomy interior, with a comfortable ride, at an excellent price. It doesn’t shine in performance or mileage, as in those areas its outshined by many of its contemporaries, but if you want to get from A to B without feeling cramped in the process, and have money to spare after, the Malibu is a worthy consideration.
– Charlotte P.

The Chevy Malibu is as cozy as the couch. With plenty of cabin space and high tech features it makes the driving experience comfortable on all ends. Along with top of the line reliability and a powerful source its most defiantly something that wont disappoint. Overall the Chevy Malibu is great for your next drive out of town or day of cruising.
– Chiyo W.

With a fresh design this car may be one of the best looking out there. The spacious interior is sure to keep your passengers happy. A dignified and stylish choice.
– David K.

This car has the biggest “back seat” among sedans, huge. My favorite techie features on this ride are the Apple Car-Play and the Automatic-parking Assist, just too cool.
– Emigdio R.

The new Chevy Malibu is an engineering innovation. Top interior space, including front and read legroom and headroom, one of the largest trunks in the segment, and on top of that up to 37 miles per gallon, and a powerful 2.0T engine. The Malibu has great interior features and one of the better infotainment systems in the market. As a lower priced option, you get a lot of car for your money.
– Jakob H.

Chevy Malibu just changed up their body style again, making it a more sleek design, much like its big brother the Impala. The Mylink infotainment center is probably one of the easiest to navigate. I spacious back seat and excellent trunk space for being classified as midsize.
– Lawrence P.

Much like the Fusion, the Malibu is a car that impresses with it’s style, roominess, and overall drivability. It doesn’t chug much gas getting 37 MPG on the highway and offers a great comfort level with roomy seats. The Malibu also has excellent predicted reliability on it’s resume.
– Scott P.

The Chevrolet Malibu is a nice vehicle that seats the standard people. Its a very roomy car with comfortable, adjustable seats for those who may need special seating. It gets 36 miles per gallon on the Highway and comes standard in front-wheel drive. Every year this midsize car gets better and better.
– Starleesha T.

With J.D. Power ranking Chevrolet higher in reliability than Honda, the Malibu is a big contender for those looking for a practical, high MPG, and very affordable vehicle. The Malibu sticks with Chevy’s classic looks and makes a great choice for those looking for an all-around vehicle. The interior isn’t the most beautiful, although it’s at most functional, at worst overloaded with buttons to make it feel like a cockpit. Alongside the low maintenance and repair costs are the high fuel efficiency and low price tag. Put all together, the Malibu is a great option for the money conscious individual and pragmatic family.
– William M.

It doesn’t shine in performance or mileage, as in those areas its outshined by many of its contemporaries, but if you want to get from A to B without feeling cramped in the process, and have money to spare after, the Malibu is a worthy consideration.
– Charlotte P.

The Chevy Malibu is as cozy as the couch. With plenty of cabin space and high tech features it makes the driving experience comfortable on all ends. Along with top of the line reliability and a powerful source its most defiantly something that wont disappoint. Overall the Chevy Malibu is great for your next drive out of town or day of cruising.
– Chiyo W.

With a fresh design this car may be one of the best looking out there. The spacious interior is sure to keep your passengers happy. A dignified and stylish choice.
– David K.

This car has the biggest “back seat” among sedans, huge. My favorite techie features on this ride are the Apple Car-Play and the Automatic-parking Assist, just too cool.
– Emigdio R.

The new Chevy Malibu is an engineering innovation. Top interior space, including front and read legroom and headroom, one of the largest trunks in the segment, and on top of that up to 37 miles per gallon, and a powerful 2.0T engine. The Malibu has great interior features and one of the better infotainment systems in the market. As a lower priced option, you get a lot of car for your money.
– Jakob H.

Chevy Malibu just changed up their body style again, making it a more sleek design, much like its big brother the Impala. The Mylink infotainment center is probably one of the easiest to navigate. I spacious back seat and excellent trunk space for being classified as midsize.
– Lawrence P.

Much like the Fusion, the Malibu is a car that impresses with it’s style, roominess, and overall drivability. It doesn’t chug much gas getting 37 MPG on the highway and offers a great comfort level with roomy seats. The Malibu also has excellent predicted reliability on it’s resume.
– Scott P.

The Chevrolet Malibu is a nice vehicle that seats the standard people. Its a very roomy car with comfortable, adjustable seats for those who may need special seating. It gets 36 miles per gallon on the Highway and comes standard in front-wheel drive. Every year this midsize car gets better and better.
– Starleesha T.

With J.D. Power ranking Chevrolet higher in reliability than Honda, the Malibu is a big contender for those looking for a practical, high MPG, and very affordable vehicle. The Malibu sticks with Chevy’s classic looks and makes a great choice for those looking for an all-around vehicle. The interior isn’t the most beautiful, although it’s at most functional, at worst overloaded with buttons to make it feel like a cockpit. Alongside the low maintenance and repair costs are the high fuel efficiency and low price tag. Put all together, the Malibu is a great option for the money conscious individual and pragmatic family.
– William M.

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