Chevrolet Officially Unveils Next-gen Malibu with a Price Tag of $22,500

By aggressively pricing their models, car manufacturers can instantly grab the attention of a buyer. Chevrolet is all set to attract the consumer market with their next gen Malibu which will be sold for an exceptionally low price of $22,500.

While it will be the base price of the vehicle and add-ons will cost extra, it is definitely something that will convince the buyers to go for it, especially if they are looking for a budget friendly mid-sized sedan. With the relatively low price, Chevrolet will be sporting an aggressive competition against the likes of Honda Accord, Nissan Altima and the Ford Fusion.


Compared to the Malibu, other mid-sized sedans from their competitors have been enjoying some amazing sales in the consumer market. Accord is one of the most popular vehicles among the buyers around the globe, whereas Fusion and Altima have been witnessing considerable sales as well. However, the Chevrolet vehicle didn’t receive enough attention, which is why the company has started pouring all its resources to make it appealing to their customers.

Some of the new add-ons found in the next gen Chevrolet Malibu includes an on-the-go high speed internet connection integrated into the sedan, luxurious interiors with posh leather seats, fully automated infotainment system that works with major devices as well as more legroom to accommodate every passenger with utmost comfort. The wheelbase of the vehicle has been extended by at least four inches to make this possible, but the manufacturer has achieved it while keeping the overall weight low.

There will be five different variants of the 2016 Malibu – the L, LS, LT and the Hybrid. The premier variant will cost much higher than the base variant which will devoid the purpose of going for a budget sedan. The LS variant of the Malibu will be sold for $23,995. By going for the LS, you will receive a bunch of features including a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system, rear view camera and complete compatibility with both Android Auto, Apple Car Play technologies.


The LT starts with a price tag of $25,895, which comes bundled with power adjustable seats, and LED day time running lights. You have the option to upgrade the LT or the Premier with a 2.0 liter turbocharged engine. By bumping up, you will have to pay an increased price of $29, 495 and $31,795 for these upgraded variants. The Hybrid variant of the 2016 Malibu uses the technology found in Chevrolet Volt. However, it may offer constrained mileage and may not suit long distance travelling.

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