Friday, June 21, 2013

Chevy Malibu: Origins, Old Features, and Dealerships

Are you looking for a Chevy Malibu in Wheeling, IL? Unlike other Chevrolet models, this vehicle has existed since the 1970s. The Chevrolet Malibu model branches from the Chevrolet Chevelle. In 1978, the Malibu became its own model. Although the car was originally an all-rear wheel drive, in 1997 it became an all-front wheel drive. The original model was only sold in North America. Nevertheless, in 2012 the car was sold in other nations. Although many people are not interested in the history of cars, car enthusiasts are infatuated with this information.

The Origins of the Chevy Malibu

If you are a car enthusiast, you're probably familiar with the Malibu's origins. Those who are not familiar with this vehicle’s origins should know that the Chevrolet Chevelle was introduced in 1964. Since the Chevrolet Malibu branches from the Chevrolet Chevelle, the first generation of Chevrolet Chevelles is categorized as the first generation of Chevrolet Malibus. According to experts, “the first Malibu was a topline subseries of the midsize Chevrolet Chevelle." Models such as the Malibu SS were previously only available as a convertible or two-door coupe. Vehicle purchasers who selected this particular model had the option of buying a Malibu SS with power glide transmission or four-speed manual gears. The first generation of Chevrolet Malibus was sold 1964 to 1972.

Second Generation Features

The second-generation of Chevrolet Malibus were also referred to as Chevrolet Chevelles. These vehicles were sold between the years of 1968 and 1972. Auto mechanic engineers restyled particular features such as the hardtop, as well as two-door, four-door, and station wagon models. The upgraded models also came with an option of cloth or vinyl bench seats, as well as wood grain trimming. The auto mechanic engineers changed many of the features between the years of 1968 and 1972. Some of these features included new grilles, new headlamps, and bumpers. It is also important to know that each model had an increase in horsepower. 

A Knowledgeable Dealer

When looking for a Chevy Malibu in Wheeling, IL, search for an automobile dealer that is familiar with some of the vehicle’s history. The dealer should at least have information about new or used cars. Some dealers are not hardcore car enthusiasts, but they are excellent salespeople. 
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