Tuesday, April 14, 2015

2016 Chevy Malibu Redesign to Offer BIG Changes

Car Junkie - 2016 Chevy Malibu Redesign. It's a fully headmost re-engineered Malibu to be landing here expressing its distinctive style. The entirely redesigned Malibu is nothing but a masterpiece. Today's cars mean  "zero" without stylish look, and fresh abundant specs are everything, too.

The 2016 Chevy Malibu is estimated to generate alluring fuel efficiency at 37 MPG/highway, while the Malibu Hybrid seems to received a bunch of refinements aimed to jack up at roughly 48 MPG/highway. Adopting revolutionary OnStar Technology in the matter of safety features in handy systems. That equipment established to the Malibu redesign will technically help drivers keep any potential crashes away while operating their Malibu in comfort.

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2016 Chevy Malibu goes on its respectable specs

2016 Chevy Malibu Redesign Serves more Features

Those valuable key modes would be a Lane Keep Assist that has its principal utility to give an alert once you lose your lane and the LKA will practically aid you to get back on the right track, a Rear Cross Traffic Alert which owns radar sensors functionating to keep an eye on the back traffic with its rear-vision camera and immediately you hold the full control to back out properly, and another vital amenity is a Forward Collision Alert give you an aid in terms of facing any kinds of collisions that come anytime and anywhere you're driving on. More importantly is the new Malibu's Teen Driver Technology dedicated to your drivers in improving their driving habits. What great from this system is building awareness among teens as well as facilitating parents to more trippingly control their kids. Shifting to entertainment you will be served by the Chevrolet MyLink through its available 4G LTE WiFi as personal features.

Now let's back to the few past years. Starting from 2013 where the re-engineered Malibu was satisfied less. It came in a relatively uninviting scheme seen on the rear seating arrangement that had a lack of dashing style compared to its rivals such as the Ford Fusion which appeared in an almost perfect packaging. Another tight competitor might be the Hyunday Sonata that performed cool designs as well. Just right last year Malibu was slightly restyled but, it didn't cure - anyone still closed eyes. Chevrolet does what they has to, and this year is the turn to jack the Malibu up. It's now sporty, aggressive mid-size sedan with new engines, new designs and new expected marks.

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The ninth-generation Chevy Malibu stands up straight on true rendering

2016 Chevy Malibu Redesign is a BIG Change

Current mid-size sedans truly need unavoidable clamor and the ninth-generation Malibu is supposed to choke up the demand. Not only fans, but also there neighbors should be setting eyes on the car, while there is no exception for Toyota Camry or Kia Optima to take minds off. The all-new Malibu is now offering inscrutable countenance with really crisp dimension. Its elegant roofline combined with sullen head- and tail lights energetically appear handsome and so sweet. The Chevy decided to stretch the body length applying to the wheelbase that is now 3.6-inch longer.

More interestingly, the new wheelbase is compiled under the GM's E2 front-drive groundwork which boasts on weight loss to drive the performance up. Chevrolet also stated that the 2016 Malibu is going to lose roughly 300 pounds. While its width keeps the same, just the cowl and the hood are a bit dropped down to commit in slender. As we have underlined at the beginning on its backward seating, presently is improved by giving more space to the rear passengers' legroom. These surprising Malibu changes will definitely bury the red mark from the old.

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2016 Chevy Malibu Redesign

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2016 Chevy Malibu redesign

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2016 Chevy Malibu redesign

2016 Chevy Malibu redesign

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2016 Chevy Malibu redesign

Tags: Chevy Malibu hybrid, Chevy Malibu SS, Chevy Malibu LTZ.
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