The 2017 Chevrolet Malibu 2.0T Passes the Test
When you undertake a major redesign of a vehicle, it's not uncommon to eliminate problems from previous versions while creating new areas that require improvement and refinement. With the 2017 Chevrolet Malibu, which comes in a variety of trims - LS, LT, and premium - the refinement process has begun, and a number of improvements have been made that have the automotive press smiling.While the Malibu isn't considered a luxury car, there are a number of creature comforts that keep driver and passengers from feeling they've been stuffed into a bare box with wheels. Drivers can enjoy a heated leather steering wheel and power adjustable seats with memory functions, while passengers can charge their cell phones wirelessly, listen to XM satellite radio, and those riding shotgun can enjoy heated seats alongside the driver. Additionally, a number of safety features make the Malibu highly capable under adverse driving conditions, with a five-star rating from the NTHSA and IIHS rating of Top Safety Pick.
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It's Stretching Out
Last year's model gave priority to building a five-passenger family car that didn't feel cramped. This year's model continues that ethos with plenty of headroom for everybody from the tiniest tot to the high school basketball player.The trunk gives owners almost 16 cubic feet of storage space to work with – perfect for the big weekly buy at the grocery store or packing enough luggage for an extended road trip. And with amenities like USB chargers in the rear seats and nine-speaker Bose audio systems, passenger enjoyment during the ride is assured.