What kind of engine does a Chevy Malibu have?

What kind of engine does a Chevy Malibu have?

But the Malibu’s most popular engine is an economical 169-horsepower, 2.4-liter inline-4, which achieves 22 and 30 mpg in EPA city and highway test cycles. For 2009, every Chevy Malibu gets the top-notch six-speed automatic. The Chevy Malibu’s performance has garnered mixed reviews.

What does it cost to have a Chevy Malibu engine hesitate?

Our certified mobile mechanics can come to you now. Chevrolet Malibu Engine hesitates during acceleration Inspection costs $89 on average. It can be frustrating for any driver to expect certain acceleration from their vehicle only to find that the vehicle seems to be hesitant while speeding up.

Is the Chevy Malibu a good looking car?

The 2009 Chevrolet Malibu has a very roomy interior and good-looking materials throughout. On the inside, reviewers note that the 2009 Chevrolet Malibu is large and comfortable. Materials quality is better than generally expected from GM.

When did the Chevy Malibu get a redesign?

The Chevrolet Malibu mid-size sedan received a complete redesign for 2008, and most of the changes hold over into 2009. In 2008, all the proportions and interior/exterior styling were reworked, so 2009 sports the newly upscale appearance.

This 3.1 liter in these cars is the worst engine gm makes to work on.The lifters are loud especially when cold and with engine sideways everything hard to get at.I had to buy a special wrench to change thermostat (buried) starter buried in frame.Decent gas mileage but will never own another gm with a 3.1 liter..3.8 liter the best they make.

Is the 1998 Chevy Malibu a good car?

Check back with us soon. Showing 3 of 970 reviews. Reliable. Well taken care of. Needs paint job. Age on interior lining. Sound mechanically. Taken care of. Have records. Shows some age visibly.? My Malibu has been the worst vehicle I have ever owned. It has been very unreliable.

When to replace timing chain on 1998 Chevy Malibu?

Replace the timing chain every 100k miles! Loved the car, no problems at all. Then out of nowhere the timing chain broke at a little over 100k miles. Cost me over $2500. The mechanic told me he’s seen this happen A LOT with these cars!

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