Chevrolet has made advancements in aesthetic, infotainment, and ecological advancements for the 2019 edition. With the effects that man has made on the earth is showing more and more, and the demand for fuel becoming higher and the availability of the resource becoming less it is important that Chevrolet continues their path of being a leader in the hybrid market.
The dual power plant system provides a fuel economy of 49 miles per gallon in the city and 43 miles per gallon on the highway. This engine is the first application of Chevrolet using Exhaust Gas Heat Recover which uses heat to warm the engine and cabin. This is important because it provides a higher fuel economy during the cold weather. The 80-cell, 1.5 kWh battery provides power to the system which allows the vehicle to drive up to fifty-five miles per hour on electricity alone. To recover some of that energy the model uses the kinetic energy recovery which was originated in the Chevrolet Volt. LED light assists with maximizing the battery life of the vehicle.
The infotainment system allows for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone projection. Also, OnStar provides a 4G LTE with Wi-Fi hotspot standard with a three-month free trial to the service. For your phone while you are driving, the Malibu offers wireless charging, so you do not have to deal with the hassles of wired charging. Standard on the vehicle is push-button start with keyless entry, but you can add heated leather-trimmed front seats if you so desire.
Of course, Chevrolet values safety and offers ten standard airbags that cushion around the vehicle in the event of an accident. Rear vision cameras and StabiliTrak electronic stability control system are standard on this vehicle. To find out what else is available for this vehicle contact the Chevrolet experts at Reedman Toll Chevrolet of Exton.