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2019 Chevrolet Malibu revealed
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10th Apr 2018
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2019 Chevrolet Malibu revealed

The facelifted 2019 Chevrolet Malibu has been revealed for North America, boasting an array of cosmetic, equipment and technology upgrades over its predecessor. For the US-market 2019 model year, Chevrolet has given its mid-size sedan a new front fascia, grille, and headlights, along with a new rear treatment and dual-element tail-lights – which are also available with LED internals on high-spec models.
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James Wong
2016 Chevrolet Malibu to debut Teen Driver safety system
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23rd Mar 2015
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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.
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General Motors working overtime on quick Malibu replacement - report
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22nd Dec 2014
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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”.
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Tim Beissmann
General Motors repays remaining $6.3B of government loans
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22nd Apr 2010
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General Motors repays remaining $6.3B of government loans

General Motors has paid off almost $9 billion in US and Canadian government loans just two weeks after it promised to clear them by June. GM paid back the remaining $US5.8 billion ($6.3 billion) of its loans, which totalled $US6.7 billion ($7.2 billion) from the US and $US1.4 billion ($1.5 billion) from Canada, and CEO Ed Whitaker said it was a sign that the new business structure was working.
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