2004 Chevrolet Malibu User Reviews
- $4,079 - $5,107
- No trim specified for this review
I actually hunted far and wide for a 2004 Malibu with a 2.2 litre 4-cylinder. Why? Because they are about five-grand cheaper, the four-banger is not in great demand (meaning dealers are willing to deal) and I think the Ecotec engine give me plenty of power. This is the fifth GM car I've owned with the 2.2 litre. Hey, it's not a race car, but it gets good gas mileage. I traded in a 2002 Cavalier (good riddance -- too small for me), plus I got $4,500 in GM incentives. This car rides as good as (or better than) an Accord or Camry, at a much better price. Nice extras, bells, whistles...power everything. Hope they last. Right now I've got less than 100 miles on the car. I'll write back in a year or so and let you know how I like it.
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