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Tips, Tricks & Trends

The Least Reliable Chevy Models Feature Many Big Names

Everyone has their own idea of what automotive brands are reliable. Some people think of Toyota and Honda. Meanwhile, others trust good ‘ol American brands like Chevrolet. However, not every Chevy is reliable. The American automaker’s most reliable models are quite surprising. Unfortunately, you won’t see many noteworthy entries on that list. Instead, some of …

Chevrolet introduces its new Malibu (shown) and Hybrid Malibu models at the New York International Auto Show
Hybrids & Electrics

Chevy Made a Bold Choice Discontinuing the Malibu Hybrid

The end of the 2020 Chevy Malibu Hybrid was a bold move for the auto manufacturing giant. Despite several attempts at a refresh, the midsize sedan couldn’t hold onto its share of the hybrid market. Consumers blame the lack of advertising, while GM claims declining sales of hybrid technology. As the company directs its attention at electric …

The Chevrolet Traverse is bold and accommodating.
Sedans & Coupes

Recall Alert: Chevy, GMCs, and More Are Bursting Into Flames

Chevrolet, Buick, GMC, and Cadillac models, oh my! They are catching on fire! Every General Motors brand is part of a massive recall due to transmission issues that could lead to fires. Your Chevy Blazer, Buick Encore, Chevy Traverse, Cadillac XT4, and more could be at risk for bursting into flames.  General Motors transmission recall  …

2020 Chevrolet Malibu RS
Sedans & Coupes

The Most Complained About Chevy Cars

Chevrolet is an American icon in the automotive industry. The company has a long history of producing cars that rise to popularity in the US and abroad. With mass production, however, comes more room for error. There are some popular Chevy models that also show a high volume of complaints of CarComplaints.com. According to the …

2018 Chevrolet Malibu is on display at the 110th Annual Chicago Auto Show
Sedans & Coupes

The Chevy Malibu Proved to Be the Worst Midsize Car of 2020

Although buyers across the U.S. are beginning to favor SUVs, the fuel efficiency and improved driving dynamics of midsize cars make them well worth your consideration. But while these vehicles have many perks, some of them — like the 2020 Chevrolet Malibu — fall just a bit short. In fact, the Malibu ranks dead last …

2018 Chevrolet Malibu is on display at the 110th Annual Chicago Auto Show at McCormick Place
Tips, Tricks & Trends

Why U.S. News Doesn’t Love the Chevy Malibu

The Chevrolet Malibu has a fairly long history with it originally being a top-tier trim-level of the Chevrolet Chevelle until 1972. Between 1964 and 1972, the first generation of Chevy Malibu was manufactured in various body styles including a four-door sedan, a two-seat station wagon, a two-door Sport Coupe hardtop, and a convertible. Since the …

2021 Trailblazer parked on city street
Tips, Tricks & Trends

Is the Chevy Warranty Package Any Good?

Ahh. A new car. It wreaks of new car smell, has under 1000 miles on it, and feels secure with that factory warranty. A new car warranty lends a little extra peace of mind as you cruise around in your new Chevrolet vehicle. At least it should. Does Chevy offer a good warranty package? Some …

2017 Chevrolet Malibu LT is on display at the 109th Annual Chicago Auto Show
Tips, Tricks & Trends

What Features Come Standard on the Chevrolet Malibu?

Last fully redesigned for the 2016 model year, the 2020 Chevrolet Malibu has a similar design to last year’s model. Car and Driver calls the 2020 Malibu “a safe, solid choice.” While that doesn’t make it sound super exciting, there are five different trim levels for buyers to choose from – L, LS, RS, LT, …

2020 Chevrolet Malibu RS

Does Chevrolet Still Make a Sedan?

With customers increasingly choosing SUVs and trucks over sedans, some automakers have cut sedans out of their lineups. Ford, for example, is down to just one passenger car that isn’t a Mustang. And Ford isn’t the only US automaker paring down its sedan offerings. GM hasn’t always been the best brand shepard; not even Chevy …