2016 Chevrolet Malibu XL Debuts For Chinese Market7
The Chinese market will receive a 2016 Chevrolet Malibu of its own design, but Chevrolet has debuted a Chinese-take on the North American market 2016 Chevrolet Malibu as a new flagship sedan.
The 2016 Chevrolet Malibu XL (Cross Limits) resides as the brand’s flagship vehicle in the market, and debuted at Chevrolet Gala Night in Guangzhou, China. The new Malibu XL will be merely one of the 20 new vehicles Chevrolet plans to introduce in China by 2020.
The Malibu XL will go on sale alongside the new-Chinese Malibu to give consumers a breadth of options in the midsize sedan segment, offering additional room, more features and modern design alongside the standard Malibu.
Chevrolet has high hopes for the Malibu XL, with a goal to sell 1 million units in China annually.
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GM China really makes an effortw to protect Buick with the unique, dumbed down Cruze and Malibu.
I do like the idea of offering multiple options in the same segment as GM once did here.
If this Malibu XL follows Cadillac’s ATS-L, it will mean a slightly longer wheelbase for more rear passenger legroom and you’ve got to wonder why isn’t offered in the US as there has to be more people over six foot in the US than in China and a couple of extra inches of rear legroom would be very valuable.
Sounds like the Impala, with a different name.
Chevy really did a good job redesigning the side rear and interior of the 2017 Malibu but like the front of all their new vehicles they didn’t put much thought into designing the front of the cars the 2017 Silverado ugly front end 2017 chevy cruze ugly front end the 2016 equinox ugly front end 2016 volt ugly front end chevy is doing like toyota making ugly ass cars toyota suck at least buick gmc and Cadillac are spending time making great cars thats appealing to the eyes chevy not so much i don’t know what’s going on over there but their design team at chevy is trash
I wish that Chevy would take a chance and offer two options in thr same segment in the US.
Once upon a time, it was common for GM to do this. In 1974, they offered the Chevelle Coupe and Monte Carlo not to mention all of the badge engineered copies produced by Olds, Pontiac, and Buick.
Why can’t we get, say. , both Malibu models in the US? Or the Buick Envision plus the concept that was cancelled as a production model last minute?
GM lacks imagination in the US.
I can’t tell the difference between the Chinese model and the US market model.. as it would have been nice to have pictures of the two cars with ‘annotation’ to point out what the differences are.
how i can find spare parts in china for chevy xl 2017