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Report – GM sets high goal for upcoming Malibu


The Chevrolet Malibu has been for decades a symbol for the largest US automaker –not just for positive facts, but also for the competitiveness issues that derided from 20 years of body stiles that were often seen as boring. Now the third-biggest world carmaker has predicted the upcoming refreshed model of the midsize car will finally bring a much-delayed sales spree. ...
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