The Chevrolet Malibu is a midsize sedan manufactured from 1964 to 1983 and revived in 1997 to present. The nameplate began as a variant of the Chevrolet Chevelle model. It became its own model in 1978. Since its origins, the Malibu has gone through multiple aesthetic and mechanical changes to adapt to the modern market’s preferences and the highly competitive sedan category. The current generation of the Malibu introduced in the Philippines is a quality alternative to other Japanese vehicles of the same category. What makes it stand out is the technology Chevrolet has equipped its mid-sized sedan with. Like most models in the American brand’s current line-up, the Malibu features the MyLink infotainment system, Bose speakers, and an 8-inch touchscreen display. Advanced safety features are abundant in the 2018 Malibu as it is equipped with active parking assist, adaptive cruise control, and a hill-start assist. Its adaptive suspension enables the sedan to handle rough roads and city traffic. These features come as standard in the Chevrolet Malibu which comes in one variant, the 2.0 AT LTZ.