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2019 Chevy Malibu RS
2019 Chevy Malibu RS

The Restyled Face of Chevrolet Cars


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Alongside the new 2019 Camaro, Chevrolet has also introduced new designs for the 2019 Malibu, Cruze and Spark.

The 2019 Cruze, Malibu and Spark will offer a wide variety of trims, packages and models  from entry level to high end.

The restyled faces of Chevrolet cars offer signature lighting that makes each car instantly recognizable as a Chevrolet, day or night, according to the company. Redesigned front ends for the Spark, Cruze and Malibu offer a more premium look while maintaining their athletic body sides. A greater attention to detail includes intricate, sculpted grilles and integrated signature headlamps. All three models incorporate Chevrolet’s signature dual-element taillamps.

New for Malibu

The first-ever Malibu RS offers a sporty, personalized appearance driven by blacked-out styling cues including a black sport grille, black bowtie emblems, a rear spoiler, 18-inch machined wheels and dual-outlet exhaust. The interior features a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shifter, black cloth seats and standard 8-inch diagonal touchscreen for the Chevrolet Infotainment 3 system. A new CVT transmission is standard on models with the 1.5L turbocharged engine.

News for Cruze

In addition to the updated front fascia styling, the 2019 Cruze receives new interior color options, new infotainment system utilizing a standard 7-inch diagonal color touchscreen and expanded availability of remote start and automatic climate control, which are now standard on LT and Premier models.

The first-ever LS Hatch trim is added to the Cruze Hatch line. The Hatchback model claimed 20 percent of all Cruze sales in its first full year of production.

Spark Something

Chevrolet’s mini-car receives new front-end styling with cues inspired by the updated Malibu and Cruze, along with new exterior colors options, revised interior trim and an additional available active safety feature: Low Speed Forward Automatic Braking.

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