Despite updated models heading to the market, the current Chevrolet Cruze and Malibu models will soldier on. Continue Reading...
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Chevrolet has released a teaser image of the five all-new cars it will debut this year, giving the best look yet at a dramatically restyled Camaro. Continue Reading...
It’s no secret that the Chevrolet Malibu is lacking a bit in comparison to its mid-sized sedan rivals, but the American automaker is looking to change all that with the next generation model, which will debut at the 2015 New York Auto Show. Continue Reading...
Safety should be an important consideration for anyone buying a new car, but it’s probably your top priority with a family to haul around. Continue Reading...
Chevrolet is working hard to make its new Malibu sensational. Continue Reading...
Thieves still flock to Honda models even in 2013. Continue Reading...
The recalls from General Motors continue to roll in. Continue Reading...
The next-generation Chevrolet Malibu is shaping up to be one stylish sedan. Continue Reading...
Midsize sedans are a big deal; this segment is one of the most important in the automotive industry. Corporate fortunes are won or lost on the backs of these versatile, hard-working cars. Continue Reading...
This year’s JD Power Initial Quality Study had a few surprises and you might be shocked to hear which vehicles were most problem free. Continue Reading...
Interested in buying a domestic vehicle but want to make sure it’s as reliable as can be? AutoGuide has compiled a list of the most reliable vehicle in its respective segment based on Consumer Reports’ 2013 predicted reliability results from the 2013 Annual Auto Survey. Continue Reading...
General Motors is launching a recall campaign affecting roughly 42,700 Chevrolet Malibu sedans from the 2014 model year. Continue Reading...
3D printing technology is helping automakers refresh their vehicles quicker and cheaper, such as the 2014 Chevrolet Malibu. Continue Reading...
General Motors is recalling 38,197 eAssist-equipped vehicles for a faulty circuit board that could lead to a fire in the trunk in the worst case scenario. Continue Reading...
General Motors is playing with a new approach to using rental cars as marketing tools by placing quick response (QR) codes incertain rental fleet vehicles. Continue Reading...
In order to better compete with the Toyota Camry, Chevrolet has lowered the MSRP on its entry-level Malibu by $345 to $21,995, excluding an $810 destination fee. Continue Reading...
With the V8 engine is losing its foothold, it seems like the V6 engine may suffer the same fate. Continue Reading...
General Motors is working hard to give its Chevrolet Malibu a refresh by late next year, despite it being only 18 months since the sedan got redesigned. Continue Reading...
General Motors is focusing on plug-in technology for the next five years, aiming to have 500,000 vehicles on the road with some form of electrification by 2017. Continue Reading...
Joining the previously announced Chevrolet concept cars for the 2012 SEMA Show will be the American automaker’s Malibu Turbo Performance concept. Continue Reading...
General Motors is issuing a recall that affects 426,240 vehicles to fix an issue where the transmission gear position may not match the gear on the shifter. Continue Reading...
Opel‘s new 1.6-liter, turbocharged four-cylinder engine will be heading to America in 2014 and will be seen under the hood of various Chevrolet models. Continue Reading...
Your shoes say a lot about you – including the type of car you drive, at least, that’s what Italian writer and shoe design analyst Andrea Silvuni thinks – she believes you can learn a lot about a person’s character from their shoes and their choice of wheels. Continue Reading...
Even though they’ve been around for well over a decade now, hybrids still have that ‘new technology’ feel. Consumers continue to be apprehensive to hybrid technology and there’s plenty of misinformation surrounding it. Continue Reading...