In less than twelve hours from now, I will drag my half-asleep self to the airport, where I hopefully won’t have to go through a cavity search. I will be boarding a plane to Austin, Texas, where I will meet up with Chevrolet upon my arrival to the Lone Star State. I’ve never been to Texas, and all I have in my head are stereotypes of 10-gallon hats, pickup trucks with gun racks, cows, and leather chaps. Texans that have never been to Michigan probably think that the Mitten State is nothing but poor people, lakes and empty cities, though, so I guess it evens out.
During my stay, I will finally be able to drive the 2013 Chevrolet Malibu Eco — the brand’s next generation breadwinner that oozes promise with an estimated 37 mpg highway rating, loads of safety features, and touted as the “quietest Chevrolet in history”. You’re probably as curious as I am about the car. So, if there are any questions you have about the car, there will be plenty of officials around to answer them. Annnnd, go.