First All-New Chevrolet Malibu Produced in Korea

The very new Chevrolet Malibu is all set to roll out in Korea next month, the first market for Chevrolet’s first international midsize sedan. The celebrations were in full swing today in Korea at its Bupyeong manufacturing unit in Incheon, which is the first place in the world to assemble the eighth-generation Malibu. GM Korea President and CEO Mike Arcamone along with the company employees took part in the celebrations. This is a cornerstone in Chevrolet’s growth.

Arcamone commented how the new Malibu is the most significant product introduction of the year at the plant, ensuring GM Korea to become an essential part of Chevrolet’s success. GM Korea is the hub for the manufacture of midsize passenger cars.

The new Malibu’s peripheral design is based on the Corvette and Chevrolet Camaro. A look at it gives a sporty feel to the family sedan segment. Offering the quietest ride in its section, there is an overall improvement on the insides. The acoustic coated front glass as well as strategically placed noise absorbing pads helps in cutting down the noise from the outside.. Offering a plethora of finest comfort and convenience features, you will have an immensely enjoyable and safe driving experience in the new Malibu. Get set to enjoy all the advanced and the latest infotainment options such as superior navigation system and seven-inch LCD touch screen.

Buyers will get a choice of .0- and 2.4-liter Ecotec gasoline engines that are fitted with six-speed automatic transmission. Accurate ride and usage puts it at an equal with the more sophisticated sports sedans.

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Published on: October 19, 2011

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