In addition to redesigning its front-wheel-drive Malibu midsize sedan for 2004, Chevrolet is launching an extended-length version called the Malibu Maxx. Introduced at the New York International Auto Show in April 2003, the Maxx is billed by the company as a five-door extended sedan with a rear l... Read Full Report
Chevy's practical wagon gets job done Chevrolet clearly is trying to stir things up in the family vehicle market with its all-new 2004 Malibu Maxx, a mid-size four-door that looks like a cross between a traditional station wagon and a hatchback. A companion to the standard Malibu sedan, the Maxx packs a raft of features into a comfortable package that's not as affordab... Read full review for the 2004 Chevrolet Malibu Maxx
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I've owned the LT trim level of this car for almost three years now, having bought it with 31k miles. Overall, I'd say GM got this car about 95% right. To state the bad, the real annoyances I've seen ... Read Full Review
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