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2021 Chevy Malibu - Jim Butler Chevrolet St. Louis

The 2024 Malibu is making waves for the exciting pre-spring season here at Jim Butler Chevy of St. Louis, as this ninth-generation sedan remains sleek, solid, and always attractive! Crossover SUVs have risen in popularity so much that these 4-doored models are sometimes pushed unintentionally out of the current market’s spotlight. The power source is a very athletic turbocharged 4-cylinder and the Malibu was designed to offer a very reliable and affordable daily driver. 

There’s a placid and very lucent Lakeshore Blue Metallic hue new for 2024, and rear park assist is now standard on all non-fleet models. The 1.5-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder is now paired with a smooth-shifting variable transmission, cranking out 163 horsepower. A standard 8-inch infotainment display is present in all models, along with the high-tech convenience of wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto capability. It’s also equipped with wireless charging.

The interior is available in gray or black, with a very sweet [...]

2022 Chevy Malibu

We have greatly enjoyed providing sales and service support here at Jim Butler Chevrolet of St Louis for what we deem as the most user-friendly and customer-focused brand there is. We also have spent many festive moments enjoying the accolades our vehicles have stacked up under the tree. The Chevy Malibu has long been praised for its stable performance and approachable exterior and boasts a functional stance that effortlessly works for drivers of all types.

When the Malibu first roared into existence in 1964, it featured a very rugged look, and came in both four-door sedan and two-door coupe options. We have learned over the years as the Malibu has matured, that most drivers measure a car by its performance. This has become the benchmark value for many engineers and developers that see [...]

GM Authority reported last week that J.D. Power awarded the Chevy Malibu the highest initial vehicle quality in its segment. The award was based on survey responses from over 84,000 purchasers of brand-new 2022 models. 

The survey took place between February and May of 2022 and contained 223 detailed questions about the vehicles’ overall features rating, controls and displays, driving assistance, interior, infotainment, and climate adjustment. Once these responses were officially recorded, each individual brand and vehicle was given a score based on the number of problems that popped up per lot of 100 vehicles. The lower this PP100 score, the higher its substantial quality rating. 

The Malibu beat out the Nissan Altima and Kia K5 for in the Midsize Car category, and the Chevy brand overall achieved amazing results with the Corvette securing its [...]

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