2008 Chevrolet MalibuShayla J - Burlington, NC03/12/2016
I love this car! Its a smooth ride and it gradually picks up speed. I was worried that it was going to be too fast. love the size, although I am still adjusting to it. Its not huge but its bigger than my 99 Honda Accord I was driving.Very roomy. My mom is 5 eleven and my brother is 6 3. Everybody had/has room when we go out. Great on gas too. Kinda hard to slow down after gaining speed, but then again I drive kinda fast so it may just be me. #shrugs. either way i love this car!!!
Hate the hybrid system!
2013 Chevrolet MalibuNikita Mason - Savannah, GA03/17/2016
If anything ever goes wrong with the hybrid system it throws the whole car off and cause it to not crank. Even after jumping it there is still problems like the engine light coming on and things like the a/couple no longer being able to work. I wish I had a regular model.
2012 Chevrolet MalibuBrenda - Houston, TX04/01/2015
Sharp looking inside and out, comfortable, easy to maneuver and park (feels like a large car inside, but uses way less parking space than you think). The 4 cylinders give fantastic gas mileage and has plenty of get-up-and-go when you punch the gas pedal. I am a fan and will continue to get a Malibu when I upgrade.
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