2010 Chevrolet Malibu

Posted on August 17, 2010. Filed under: Chevrolet Cars |

The 2010 Chevrolet Malibu has fast become the most popular domestic midsize sedan and one of the most popular midsize sedans including imports in the same class. The Malibu is available in your choice of four different trims to suit your needs, wants, and style. The basic LS model is a very popular trim making the 2010 Malibu one of the most desired amongst economy cars purchased. In addition to the LS, there are also the midlevel 1LT and 2LT, which of course have a few more options than the base model ands are very desired, and the LTZ, which is the top of the line Malibu and loaded with options.

The 2010 Chevrolet Malibu base model LS comes with many features including some that were not standard on earlier models, but are standard now. The LS trim has a full power package that includes power windows, power door locks, and driver side power seat. Air conditioning is a standard feature as are side curtain airbags and traction control. OnStar is also available on the 2010 Chevrolet Malibu LS and a nice surprise is that satellite radio is also available on the LS too. The 2010 Chevrolet Malibu LS is also a front wheel drive, comes standard with a 169 hp 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine and four speed automatic, with very good mileage amongst economy cars, and is very well priced.

The 2010 Chevrolet Malibu trims 1LT and 2LT come with even more features than the LS model, while still being modestly priced like the LS. Some of the upgrades within the LT trims are stability control, and alloy wheels. In addition to these options, the 2LT also comes with more power features as well as heated seats. The LT trims are also available with OnStar, satellite radio, CD players, and side curtain airbags and an optional sunroof. The LT trims also come with a 252 hp 3.6-liter V6 engine and a six speed automatic transmission with excellent highway and city fuel mileage. Not only does the LT trims compare well to other economy cars, but amongst similar quality cars as well.

Last but certainly by no means least is the fourth and most popular trim in the 2010 Chevrolet Malibu line is the LTZ trim. The Malibu LTZ is the top of the line midsize sedan for the General Motors nameplate. In addition to having a full power package, The LTZ also comes with available OnStar, optional sunroof, side curtain airbags, stability and traction control. Some of the LTZ’s highlights are an upgraded sound system, foglamps, leather seating, and 18-inch alloy wheels, which not only gives this Malibu trim the look of a luxury automobile, but of a quality sports sedan as well. The LTZ comes with the same V6 and six-speed automatic transmission as the LT trims.

One of the things that attract most buyers to the 2010 Chevrolet Malibu is their great pricing along with the manufacturer’s incentives. Amongst similar economy cars in its class such as the Toyota Camry XLE, Honda Accord EX-L, and the Ford Fusion SEL, the 20IO Chevrolet Malibu LS is if not priced lower then its pricing is at least comparable to those models. With prices for the 2010, Chevrolet Malibu LS starting at approximately $16,359 with the LTZ priced out at approximately $21,626 you will almost certainly be able to find a 2010 Chevrolet Malibu in your price range, and purchase one of these quality cars for you and your family.

When looking at economy cars finding one that is right for your family is an important task and a major expense too, this is why you have to make the right choice the first time, because with the economy today everyone is on a tight budget. When shopping for an automobile for the family you have to think about things like safety, fuel mileage, affordability, and comfort and the 2010 Chevrolet Malibu has all of those things to offer you and your family. With things like pricing and gas mileage weighing heavy on every buyers mind the Malibu is one of the best of the economy cars. The Malibu also has high ratings in safety, comfort and styling making it the best of quality cars in its range as well.


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