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2017 Chevy Malibu: A standout sedan in an age of SUVs



The Chevy Malibu may be a budget choice, but it sure doesn’t feel like it. With great looks and family friendly features, this sedan really impresses.

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  • Driver Cool
    May 29, 2017

    Chevy, a standout? Yeah, a standout for terrible reliability

  • roguedogx
    May 29, 2017

    it's not my kind of car but it is very impressive and arguably the one to get if you have long freeway commutes. the other option is the hyundai sonata.

  • floyd harrison
    May 29, 2017

    car review vid with rain .Love it !!

  • tanarvis tennant
    May 29, 2017

    No Xenon or LED headlights???

  • William Monto
    May 29, 2017

    I travel a lot and rent a variety of cars often. The Chevy products are some of the best now. I prefer their cars over Toyotas, Hyundais, Nissans, and even Hondas. They are solid road trip cars and in LTZ trim, great tech features. I used to go back to the rental car counter when I saw an Impala in my spot, not anymore. They are no Infiniti or BMW, but for the money you can't beat them since you can probably get $5K off of MSRP for a Malibu. Regarding reliability, all manufactures have come in quality. I guess if you are going to keep a vehicle for 200K miles, maybe a Toyota is more reliable but that being said I've owned Hondas that had premature transmission failures and engine block problems. I have also recently owned 3 VWs (granted all on leases), and they've had less problems than some of the Japanese vehicles I've had. Again, they are all either on leases or traded in before 60K miles, but I don't believe the average car owner keeps a vehicle for 200K miles.

  • Will M
    May 29, 2017

    As a teen driver, I can say firmly that I don't like the report thing because I feel like I'm being watched, but I live in a place where the highest speed limits around are on a distant highway and it's still only 65, and I like to listen to my music on a relatively quiet level. Also, anyone who doesn't wear their seatbelt in 2017 is just idiotic. I can't imagine any possible reason to forgo the simplest safety feature in a remotely modern car. Click it or Ticket, I guess. Good car.

  • so gm is now on this 2.0T bandwagon now???

  • Craig 2web
    May 29, 2017

    Well, the grille stands out, and not in a good way. The overall look just doesn't do anything for me. I think the Altima and Mazda 6 both look better, and I think the 6 would be more of a driver's car. The Altima gets better MPG.

  • Daniel Esposito
    May 29, 2017

    ugly as hell

  • still34u
    May 29, 2017

    I feel like a part of these reviews should be "How long does it take to burn up" I look at this car, and I have a feeling that if you're in an accident it will burn down front to rear in like 32 seconds

  • Beast Boì
    May 29, 2017

    i rented a malibu last week after 3 days the check engine light came on. The car only had 8,900 miles on it. I got switched out in to a new Ford Fusion, smooth, great on gas and fully loaded 🙂

  • Pierre Huot
    May 29, 2017

    Excellent question. Where is Cooley?

  • mountainhobo
    May 29, 2017

    1:28 "While there is a ton of room in the back seat" — Says he while carefully looking up not to hit his head on the roof. I despise those pointless sloping roofs in the back of a family sedan, a dumb solution to a non-existent problem. Form over substance.

  • Erik Gonzalez
    May 29, 2017

    Shit $36k!!

  • Ruhban Ahmed
    May 30, 2017

    DAYUM! Come to the UK, Chevrolet! I need one of these in my life!

  • Nicholas Smith
    May 30, 2017

    Man, it must suck to be a kid these days with all those fun-killing features.

  • Alex Jacobson
    May 30, 2017

    Looks like an Audi and Tesla combination. I would estimate this car to be in the $80,000 bracket. REAL PEOPLE NOT ACTORS

  • kalomandastra
    May 30, 2017

    Oh hey, look at this rental.

  • RealTime Reviews
    May 30, 2017

    GM IS TRASH!

  • Armen Borrell
    May 30, 2017

    why can't you guys just give us what we want its not that hard………cooley……..and cnet on cars……..not this roadshow bullshit where you wanna tell me a malibu is a good car…

  • Dan G
    May 31, 2017

    "JD power – J-J-J-JD power….. Still a Chevy" – Mahk

  • vh9network
    May 31, 2017

    This is definitely not the age of the SUV. Perhaps 15 years ago that was true.

  • Mike Leveux
    May 31, 2017

    The problem with GM is, after KNOWINGLY installing faulty ignition switches for 10 YEARS AND BEGGING for a BAILOUT while doing so, how could anyone trust them?? Why would any American want to buy from a company that's already screwed them twice?? That's twice if you've been smart enough to never actually buy one! Do you really believe they wouldn't do it again? 5 years from now you'll find out how many substandard parts they used in this turd.

  • Nother Carguy
    May 31, 2017

    Would pick this over a Camry or Accord

  • SpockvsMcCoy
    June 5, 2017

    Chevrolet has too many sedans/hatchback sedans…count them 6! Due to decline in popularity of sedans, Mary Barra should discontinue the Sonic and Impala ASAP, in addition to the already announced SS from Australia. The hatchback Cruze has made the hatchback Sonic pretty much irrelevant. And a full-size car from a mass-marketer that is the same size as an XTS is no longer marketable to the typical 30-50 year old family man/woman. Ford should also stop selling the similarly sized Taurus in the U.S. Let Chrysler have the full-size car market because law enforcement prefers rear-wheel drive. Witness the steep decline in sales of the Sonic and Impala recently. Fracking tech keeps a lid on gas prices…only much higher gas prices would increase sales of so many sedans. Just 3 Chevrolet 4-door sedans are now necessary…Spark, Cruze, Malibu.

  • no name
    June 7, 2017

    ugly dont use sharp, curved, wave design

  • Black Star
    June 8, 2017

    i miss cooley, he used to tell it how it is, not kiss ass like these guys

  • no name
    August 19, 2017

    what is new car this bad economy

  • LALITO
    December 24, 2017

    Is that Wolverine?

  • Bargainteers
    December 30, 2017

    You mean sedan apocalypse?

  • Noodle Mousey
    October 2, 2018

    The car looks so amazing Iove the color of it

  • Christian Valdez
    October 18, 2018

    What's the make and model of the jacket he's wearing?

  • Robert Jakicic
    March 30, 2019

    I have the 2017 Malibu Premier and I was very impressed by the adaptive cruise control and my gas mileage to date going to Virginia beach was a very impressive 38.9 mpg. All from a car that can hit 0 to 60 in 5.7 seconds and turn the quarter mile and 14.7 seconds at almost 100 mph with a top speed drag limited at 153 mph. With gas prices going up I'll enjoy my midsize car .

  • Jantu Mramm
    October 14, 2020

    2017 malibu lt , 35000km already replaced failed map sensor , cracked piston problem, steering wheel clicking noise and both front wheel joint bushing , car is big and beautiful, I don't compare about that , also mine is 1.5L turbo engine very lacking in power when merge into highway, made a mistake buying this car qith small engine, almost got into many accident due to slow acceleration

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