Despite the D-segment not being as popular as before, Chevrolet kept their faith in the shrinking segment with the arrival of the 2018 Malibu. Sleeker, longer and bolder than its predecessor, the all-new Malibu is quicker, far more advanced and has plenty of in-car amenities to keep both driver and passenger/s comfortable. From supple leather upholstery, to heated and powered front seats, touchscreen infotainment with navigation and plenty of driver assist systems, the Malibu comes fully loaded. Under the hood is a 2.0-liter turbocharged inline-four that delivers plenty of torque and horsepower. It is then saddled with a six-speed automatic transmission.