The price of the Chevrolet Malibu sedan car is let out by the company and the 2016 Malibu will be carrying a price tag of $22,500 for the base model. The price for the base L version will also include the shipping costs. This is an attractive price for a Malibu base version and the price announced by Chevy will put Malibu at a lower price than all its key rivals in the sedan market in America.
The base price of the 2016 Malibu is just about the same price of the 2015 Malibu model. The only difference is that the base version of ’16 Malibu has a new base trim name L that replaces the LS base trim of the 2015 Malibu.
The premium version of the 2016 Chevy Malibu will be offered at a price of $31,795. Steve Majoros, the director of Chevrolet cars and crossovers, said that Chevy has been always focusing on offering the highest levels of quality in its cars in order to gain customer respect. The Malibu will be one such car that offers the customers impressive value for their money and high class technology.
The revamped 2016 Chevy Malibu will be offered in five trim levels: L, LS, LT, Hybrid and Premium versions. The common equipments that you could see featured in all the trims of Chevy Malibu are: cruise control, push button start, 10 air bags, fuel saving start and stop technology. The engine that you will find under the hood of the Malibu is a 1.5 liter, 4 cylinder engine.
The LS version of the Malibu will have features like Apple CarPlay or Android Auto, rear vision camera and MyLink radio. The price of the LS version starts at $23,995. The LT trim of the Malibu car will include all standard features that you get on LS trim along with LED daytime running lamps and 8 way power driving seats. The premium version of 2016 Chevy Malibu is offered at a price of $31,795. The Premium trim will have the 2.0 turbo engine fitted under its hood.
GM says that the 2016 Chevy Malibu will offer a mileage of 22 miles per gallon on the city roads and about 32 mpg on the highways. The hybrid version Malibu’s price will be announced in spring 2016. The Malibu will be hitting the dealerships across America by the end of this year. The car will be built at GM’s Fairfax, Kan, plant.