Holden Malibu Review

As for its strong sides, they include great rear-seat space, sharp pricing, big comfortable seats. As for its flaws, its infotainment system is technologically-limited and there is no auto setting of rain-sensing wipers.

Its equipment is impressive, there is a reversing camera having parking sensors, keyless start and entry, a USB port, a Bluetooth phone connection, MyLink entertainment system having a smartphone connection, allowing to stream podcasts and music.

Ther is a 6-speed automatic gearbox with a possibility to choose between 2 powerplants. The first option is a 2.4-litre 4-cylinder petrol engine with an effective fuel-saving technology, spending 8.0 litres per 100 kilometres. The other option is the 2.0-litre turbo-diesel engine, serving 117kW of power and having 350Nm of torque. Both the diesel and petrol versions are city-light, and to make a corner one needs to do little pulling or pushing the steering wheel.  As for its pricing, CD petrol costs $28,490, the price of CD diesel is $32,490, CDX petrol can be purchased for $31,990, and CDX diesel is sold for $35,990. All in all, this good-looking car is a great automobile, allowing to enjoy roads fully.

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