Chevrolet has recently announced the official price list for the 2013 Malibu lineup, including the Malibu Turbo and the Malibu Eco models.
According to the North American based automaker, the 2013 Malibu LS is the cheapest version, priced at 23,150 USD, including a $760 destination charge, which is powered by a 197 HP 2.5 liter Ecotec engine mated to a six-speed automatic transmission. This version is getting four-wheel disc brakes, 10 airbags and 16-inch wheels. The 2013 Malibu 1LT is the next one in the lineup, costing $24,765 and adding a seven-inch color touch screen, USB, auxiliary input, blue ambient lighting, Chevrolet MyLink with Bluetooth and more.
For $26,000 the 2LT trim level can be bought which is adding dual-zone climate control and color driver information center. Chevy says that the highest trim to use the 197 HP engine is the 2013 Malibu LTS, which is coming with LED taillights, 18-inch alloy wheels, dual exhaust tips, fog lamps, chrome door handles, power and heated front seats, leather seating, steering wheel and gear shift knob, remote start, rearview camera, power sunroof and more, for $28,590.
Next in the lineup come the Malibu Eco models, which are being powered by General Motors’ 2.4 liter unit, mated to an eAssist mild hybrid system with start/stop. The Malibu Eco is rated at 25/37 mpg in city/highway and two trim levels are offered for the Eco, the 1SA, for $26,095 and the 2SA for $27,705. The Chevrolet Malibu V6 fighting turbo I-4 has a starting price of $27,710.