2011 Chevrolet MalibuPasqual - Las Vegas, NV04/07/2015
It's a large vehicle that provides plenty of room. It has a V-6 engine so it has enough power to go up hills with a full load. It's a very nice, comfortable car for the amount of money I spent on it.
Downfall: I wish it had better gas millage. (26 miles highway)
2013 Chevrolet MalibuMichael Mayers - Charlotte, NC05/24/2015
I love my malibu eco. I love everything about it; from the big touch screen, the rear view camera, and my favorite feature is the eco assist technology. Its great on gas. I think the best feature is the start/stop technology and its very quiet. The downside of my malibu eco is there is no navigation system or sunroof, but other than that I loveeee it!!!
Perfect car for the price
2014 Chevrolet MalibuAmy Campbell - Fort Eustis, VA12/18/2017
I would recommend this car based on the size, handling and price. It feels way larger inside than similar priced cars (Civic, Focus, etc). While it does not have Bluetooth for music use it does have an aux port so I can listen to my audiobooks over the speakers. The car does have Bluetooth for hands free calling and the calls are crystal clear and the controls are easy to use. I also appreciate that the rear seats will completely fold down if I need extra trunk space (however the trunk is very large). Almost forgot... this car has a timing chain instead of a timing belt so that is one less thing we will have to be weary of as we plan on keeping this car for 150k+ miles.
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