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2015 Holden Malibu recalled for seatbelt fix

Holden is recalling 35 vehicles in its 2015 Malibu sedan line, over concerns the rear-seat seatbelt buckles could detach. The car maker reports the pivot pin inside the twin buckle assembly for the rear right-hand side and centre seats may translate sideways due to a manufacturing fault. If the fault occurs, the seatbelt buckles of these seats may detach from their anchor plate...

2016 Chevrolet Malibu possible in right-hand drive

The 2016 Chevrolet Malibu made its debut at today’s New York auto show, launching with three engine choices including a hybrid variant. The Malibu, which in Australia is sold as a Holden Malibu in its current-generation, is going up against the likes of Toyota Camry, Honda Accord and Hyundai Sonata. The new Malibu will go into production in late 2015 for the U...

2016 Chevrolet Malibu revealed

The larger, lighter, more efficient and more technologically advanced 2016 Chevrolet Malibu has been unveiled at the New York motor show. The ninth-generation Malibu is now almost five metres long, growing 58mm to 4.92m, while its wheelbase is also 91mm longer than the outgoing eighth-generation sedan, measuring 2.83m...

2016 Chevrolet Malibu Hybrid detailed

The next-generation Chevrolet Malibu range will include a conventional hybrid version using bits of technology from the new Volt plug-in. As we know, Chevrolet’s all-new mid-sized staple premieres in regular petrol form in New York next week. The petrol-electric version will be the US market’s efficiency leader. Under the bonnet is a new direct-injection 1...

2016 Chevrolet Malibu to debut Teen Driver safety system

The 2016 Chevrolet Malibu will debut a new Teen Driver safety system when it makes its world premiere at next week’s New York motor show. Similar to rival Ford’s MyKey technology that we checked out late last year, Chevy’s Teen Driver system allows parents to automatically configure the Malibu to its safest settings when a young driver gets behind the wheel...

Next-gen Chevrolet Camaro, Malibu teased in leaked promotional image

A promotional image from General Motors has been leaked and published online, and it gives us our best view yet of the next-generation Chevrolet Camaro and Chevrolet Malibu. The leaked image, which promotes all of the new passenger car models that Chevy will debut this year in the US, comes hot on the heels of official info from GM about the next-gen Malibu and Barina Spark...

Next-gen Chevrolet Malibu to debut in New York, will lose 135kg

The next-generation Chevrolet Malibu will debut at the 2015 New York motor show at the beginning of April. GM claims that the new Malibu has been developed with a "blank slate approach" and the new sedan will sit upon an "entirely new architecture". The new car will tip the scales about 135 kilograms lighter than the current car thanks to the extensive use of high-strength steels...

General Motors working overtime on quick Malibu replacement - report

General Motors is said to be working overtime to launch a new version of its Malibu sedan as the current model continues to tank in the ultra-competitive medium-size segment. Automotive News reports GM is aiming to release the next-generation Chevrolet/Holden Malibu “about a year from now”...

2013 Holden Malibu: all-new medium sedan makes Australian debut

A gaping hole in the Holden range will be plugged in the middle of next year when it introduces the new mid-sized Holden Malibu sedan. Until now, Holden relied on the sub-standard Epica sedan which was based on the Daewoo Leganza that was introduced all the way back in 1997...