3 Reasons to Love the 2017 Chevy Malibu

By Emily Eppley | September 7th, 2017

Offering easy-access technology, exceptional safety, and segment-leading efficiency, the 2017 Chevrolet Malibu is a commuter’s dream. This family sedan also has plenty of room for children to grow into and space to bring the stroller. Take a look at three stellar reasons why the Malibu is an outstanding car that would be an asset in your home, take a look at our current inventory to start shopping now.

Gas Mileage

Whether you opt for the turbocharged engine or the available hybrid, the 2017 Malibu earns exemplary gas efficiency; topping out at 27 mpg in the city for the standard 1.5-liter gas engine and 49 mpg in the city with the hybrid. No matter which engine you opt for, the six-speed automatic transmission effortlessly glides from one gear to the next to help you retain optimal performance.

Cutting-Edge Tech

New tech comes out every day, and the Chevrolet Malibu has integrated as much of it as possible into this model. With standard connectivity for both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, you can move seamlessly through your life. And the wireless charging has never made it easier to top up your battery, even when you’re on the go. But not all that tech is about phones, you can also set up controls to help your young drivers learn safe driving habits, thanks to the Teen Driver feature, which allows parents to set controls, review driving patterns, and more.

Peace of Mind

With the available Driver Confidence package equipped, the 2017 Chevy Malibu is an IIHS TOP SAFETY PICK. The optional front crash prevention provides audible and visual alerts that help you react to situations on the road earlier and faster. Chevrolet puts your safety first, which is why they continue to push for safer and safer cars every year and seek innovative new ways to keep your family safe.

Stop in today to test drive this stand-out family sedan and discover your reason to fall in love with the 2017 Chevrolet Malibu. See our current inventory now!

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