Get over your hatchback fetish, Vince.
Makes sense. The current Malibu is the latest generation of a GM car in the position that began with the 62-79 Nova, which led to the Citation, then Beretta and Corsica, until the 97 Malibu replaced it. Malibu Maxx of 10 years ago also takes on the Citation and Corsica hatch legacyThe original Malibu/Chevelle led (along with Celebrity) by way of the Lumina to the current Impala.
I like this new approach to the Malibu but the double grill? Anyway I still like it and it will help GM will sell a lot of these.
Would never consider this. Very disappointed. Vince is right. Two gens ago much more handsome.
I came across a photo of an early 1990's Winnebago this morning. Comparing it to a head-on shot of the new Malibu, you'll see their double grills are all too similar. http://images1.showmethead.com/nlarge/1992_winnebago_class_a_32ft_rv----handyman_speical_must_goooo---_22717790.jpg
I don't agree with you on this one. I don't believe there is a significant market for a mainstream midsize sedan with a hatchback opening in the U.S. market. U.S. buyers tend to want either a midsize sedan with a trunk or a taller crossover vehicle with a hatchback opening. While I agree that a hatchback opening on a sedan would increase the utility and versatility of a sedan, I don't think the concept is in line with the tastes of U.S. consumers.I think you're fighting a losing battle with this one.
At least the Citation was a two-tone.
Love The Tesla inspired wheels
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