Good car and good value
Car performs well. Great fuel mileage. Wont will any races in car but is comfortable on long drives. Handles mountains well. Easy to drive handles well on city streets and highway.
2022 Malibu Premier
I've had my 2022 Premier for about 6 months. I like it more than I want to - I was waiting to buy a Cadillac later this year! I saw this Premier (2liter turbo) that was new last October with less than 4k miles (and 20+% under list) and could not pass it up. It's comfortable, quiet, handles well and is OK quick. It has heated rear seats, which I don't need but no power tilt/telescope steering wheel or power up pass. window. Fuel economy is spot on it's EPA rating. I have 2 small complaints. (1) the radio, set to Sirius/XM, will change to 97.4 FM - no warning/no reason. My local dealer updated the radio software but this stlll happens. (2) At the same instant the dash pod winks out...then comes back. Weird but I'm not gonna sweat this. Overall a nice GM product.
Still loving my 2022 Malibu LS
I purchased my Malibu LS almost a year ago and remain very satisfied with this vehicle, it looks very classy, it is very fuel efficient, it is very peppy with the 4cyl turbo engine, this is very good more basic transportation compared to other brands, if your not hung up on having all the bells and whistles buy this car!!!
I rented this car for 11 days
This review is based on an 11 day car rental. LS model. I haven’t driven a GM car in years. Much has improved from the 1990 models. Overall this is a good car because of: good gas economy, large trunk, hold four passengers, decent power, smooth CVT transmission, decent exterior styling. Negatives: seats that sit very low and too curved, hard to get in and out of car, lacking safety features such as front cameras, auto braking, cross traffic monitoring. View out of windshield makes it nearly impossible to safely park this car or drive on narrow streets.
Went car shopping and Matt Yarbrough from Chevrolet was a massive help. Wasn’t sure what I wanted and he helped me all the way to finding my mail by that I am in love with now
Chevy could’ve did better
Low profile car. Pickup speed good backup camera touch screen dash with features. Good on Gas. Rides smooth however for a 2022 I was disappointed in this car seems like it’s missing something it reminds me more of a 2014 to be honest. Nice and roomy i slept in it seat back and was out no blanket no pillow or cook in my neck whenni woke up. Keyless entry touchstart. Chevy could’ve did better with this version nothing really to brag about this car besides GAS SAVER.
Good looking economy car hits the mark!
Bought the Malibu RS trim, I like the looks better than the LS/LT and it's also slightly less expensive. This car really hits the mark for an economy car. I get 10mpg more than my old 20mpg V6 twin turbo Taurus. Cheaper to run than my old car but not nearly as fast.... but that's what you give up to get the better fuel economy. This car has a CVT transmission and that forces a different driving style than a car with a normal transmission. You can't do heavy throttle starts, you just get a lot of noise and not much speed. It feels like the trans is slipping when you floor it, and it probably is. However if you start slow and then roll into the throttle it will actually push you back in your seat. Overall good performance, you just can't expect to drag race with it. Very nice as a stylish people mover.
The car is amazing, gas saver pretty I candy, extremely comfortable ride. Heated seats automatic doors the driver seat feels like a massage chair. I’m excited about the journey I will have with this new ride
Can't go wrong with Malibu RS
I bought a Malibu RS; it is my first Chevrolet, and I am very impress with the style, paint and interior design, it looks elegant and is it roomy. The price for this car was just right for my budget, compared with other makes and models that I have search for.