Chevy Malibu vs. Honda Accord
Chevy Malibu vs. Kia Optima
- If you're looking for the zip you need to up your
highway game, you'll find it in Chevy Malibu. With nearly 200-horsepower of
Chevy performance underfoot, you'll best the Honda Accord's 185-horsepower
engine every time. Best of all, Malibu's 191 ft-lbs of torque means quicker
- Malibu also features several interior amenities
you won't find in Honda Accord. From remote start and power seats, your Malibu
will always be warmed up (or cooled down) and ready to drive. Honda Accord
drivers, meanwhile, have some chilly mornings ahead.
- Best of all, Malibu's peppier performance and better
interior amenities don't' mean a hefty price tag. It's $23K starting price
point is $2K less than the less responsive, less comfortable Honda Accord.
Chevy Malibu offers the brand's MyLink on-board
technology system with passenger internet connection, customizable
touch-screen, and available phone integration, so you'll never be lost on the
road. No such luck in Kia Optima, which will have your carpool asking to stop
off at the closest café.
- Malibu's expansive trunk space bests Kia Optima by
nearly three cubic feet - and even more with the rear seats folded. So for
weekend beach getaways or getting the band to their next gig, Malibu will
insure you don't need to leave anyone behind.
- Malibu's on-board technology and cargo versatility
also come at a cheaper initial cost than Kia Optima, which enters he market at
$3K more than the peppier, better-connected Chevy Malibu.
Don't head off for your next adventure in a car
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Malibu for yourself. Because to truly experience how it leaves the competition
in the dust, you need to get behind the wheel.