Hoping to attract more online shoppers, the lower MSRP is now cheaper than the Camry which starts at $22,235 excluding a $795 destination fee. The American automaker is also working hard to make more improvements to the Malibu, including making the back seat feel roomier. Those changes are expected to make a debut later this year.
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The 2013 Malibu 2LT models received a $300 price cut while the entry-level LS saw $345 knocked off. The LT version saw as much as $770 taken off the previous MSRP in order to stay competitive in the mid-sized sedan segment.
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[Source: The Detroit News]
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