Chevrolet Malibu test drive.
The previous generation Malibu was one of my favorite mid sized sedan.
oddly enough come as part of the $1350 “Electronic & entertainment”
package…) are the best looking wheels I have seen in years.
and interesting design elements all around. The soft plastics are of highest
quality everywhere you look and touch.
really flat. But not as roomy as in the previous version.
The only details I really didn’t’ like in the interior were
the amount of plasti-chrome trim.
There is just too much of it and it looks
cheap. What is wrong with a more satin/brushed aluminum finish?
its kind I’ve seen in years.
nice black and grey trim around the console. There is no need for the fake
Something VW could learn from as their 2.0 Turbo still sounds like a diesel.
the city no matter how slow you drive.
what I got a few months ago with the Buick Regal (Which was a manual)
Regal, it is a pleasure to drive.
getting rare in a world of feather light steerings.
of course, but always very comfortable. Something Nissan could learn from…
of course, is natural, since they both share a similar platform. Even the doors
sound the same when you close them. Both have this European driving feel that
puts them above most Japanese sedan.
600. With everything you can think of.
loaded Camry or Accord for $34 200. So it is in the ballpark. Except the Chevy still has a smaller backseat.
hesitate recommending it to anyone looking for a family car.
power, and cheaper.
Coming out really, really soon. It will have a new front end (that still won’t
make it as good looking as the previous one), and it rumored to get a roomier
PS: I have been told that the stalling problem I had with the car was due to bad or wrong gas. As they filled it up right before it was delivered to me.
I will follow up on that and keep you posted.