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The Malibu is Chevy's entrant in the mid-size sedan segment, and is designed for comfort, reliability, and fuel economy.
The bowtie badge sits on the grille crossbar, part of the current Chevy design language.
The Malibu comfortably seats five, with good headroom front and rear.
Stabilizer bars integrated with the suspension help handling.
Chevy has not stretched to the latest lighting technologies, such as cornering or LEDs, with the Malibu.
These blocky tail lights are another piece out of the current Chevy design book.
At 16.3 cubic feet, the trunk volume is immense.
Leather seats come courtesy of a $1,000 package.
At 36.8 inches, rear seat legroom felt ample.
The curving dashboard is a nice design touch.
The electric power steering is near perfectly tuned.
The instrument cluster display only shows vehicle information, and is lacking any infotainment screens.
The six-speed shifter includes a rocker on top for manual gear selection.
An additional $795 gets the 7-inch touch screen showing the MyLink interface and navigation.
MyLink uses an icon-based paradigm for functions, similar to smartphones.
Owners can customize the MyLink display, putting favorite icons up front.
The map displays in plan and perspective views.
With a USB drive or cabled iOS device, the interface shows a complete music library.
Weather and fuel prices, courtesy of satellite radio.
A Pioneer audio upgrade adds big woofers to the rear deck.