It's A DON'T FOR ME
The 2015 Chevy Malibu looks good But the seats are to low and are not built to last . My driver's seat thread is coming apart and I am the only driver and I have seat covers . The front end of the car ' the bumper area' always takes a beating as it is extremely low and and any low dip to enter a parking lot etc, you're sure to scrub the underneath rubber ,I guess spoiler? The 2015 Malibu also doesn't have any get up and go about it and it takes a minute for it to shift. Again I like the look of the car but I hate I chose it ! My car was only 3 yrs old and only had 30,000 miles on it.
2015 Malibu LT
Since I bought this car in May of 2018 I have had it in for an airbag problem 5 times, and it’s going in again for the 6th time on 4/18 for the same problem. In the last 2 months the airbag warning light and bell has come on 52 times. It’s annoying that I have to go sit there for hours to get it fixed but it never stays fixed! In the past 2 days another problem showed up now the trunk won’t open. The eco boost fuel saver doesn’t work anymore either. I think my car was a lemon from the start!
Good used car. Cheaper than competition
It's a good car. Bought it used. I bought it with 84000 miles, now has 111,000 miles. Main computer had to be replaced, and was done under warranty. I replaced the brakes myself at 104,000 miles, and they were the original OE GM brakes the car was born with. Seats lack support, but I bought a leather cushion that helps. The back seat is really tight, ok for small kids. My fuel economy in the city can get to 23 mpg if I don't use the AC. It gets worse city mileage in the winter too. Highway mileage, the car does well, 34-35 if I drive it right. I think for a reliable used car, it's ok. They are cheaper than the Japanese competition. Rides and handles well.