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"the first all-new version in nine years" Automakers used to redesign vehicles every year decades ago. During the 1940s and through the mid 1960s the annual changes were quite significant. Then they slowed down. By the 1980s, automakers were using the same basic design for almost a decade. Funny that with them saving all that money on redesigns and re-engineering the costs haven't come down much.
Glad to hear that they finally fixed the crappy Cobalt-esque interior. Hopefully they improved the seats too. The seats in my dad's '10 seemed like they would be at home in the Malibu. If so, the interior and seats will finally be up to par with the drivetrain, brakes, and suspension.
Amazing Car! Credit to Chevrolet for going for it. Definitely a step ahead!
Looks beautiful! I wish that I could afford to buy one as it is a great looking car!
The old joke goes "It's a lot of car for the money......providing you want a lot of car and have a lot of money"
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