This is the 2017 Chevrolet Malibu.

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It's now entering its second year of a new design that's nothing if not handsome.

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It certainly looks like a car worth more than its $22,000 starting price.

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Our car, in Premium trim, cost a bit over $34,000.

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$21,680 MSRP

For that you get styling details like the 18-inch wheels and chrome exhaust tips.

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Not to mention the LED running lights.

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The car has plenty of seating for five and a massive trunk to boot.

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And our car was properly loaded up with tech, including assistance features.

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And support for both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.

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If you're looking for a big sedan with big presence on a budget, you can't do better than the Malibu.

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$21,680 MSRP
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