Used car buyers today can look beyond the gas engine as hybrids are now starting to enter the pre-owned market. Hybrid vehicles save money on fuel-ups, and the hybrid Chevy Malibu has been named one of the best by U.S. News and World Report.
Hybrids Entering Used Market
New hybrid cars generally cost more than gas-powered vehicles, but they are now beginning to appear as used cars for sale. The cost of a used hybrid is thousands less than new because hybrids are a specialized market, they depreciate just like any other new car, and tax credits for the purchase of new hybrid and electric vehicles reduce their resale value.
Malibu Hybrid One of the Best
Chevrolet only offered the Malibu Hybrid in the 2019 model year, but U.S. News chose it as one of the top hybrids because of its 49 mpg city fuel rating, spaciousness, and reliability. The Malibu hybrid scored 8.3 out of 10 in the ratings and has excellent handling and a regenerative braking system that feels more like traditional brakes than many other hybrids. Like other Chevrolet models, the Malibu Hybrid has Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ compatibility, as well as a Wi-Fi® hot spot, plus the Teen Driver system for new drivers.
Contact our team at Wiesner of Huntsville in Huntsville, Texas, to experience the Chevy Malibu for yourself.
 EPA estimates. Actual mileage may vary.