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The Malibu was and is a midsize car produced by Chevrolet. The first production run lasted from 1964 until 1983. It was then reintroduced in 1997 and it is still in production today.
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The first Malibu was produced in 1984 as a top of the line package option on the Chevelle. By 1973 it became the entry level trim package on the Chevelle, along with the Laguna. In 1974 Chevy replaced the Laguna package with the Malibu Classic. In 1978 the name took over the Chevelle name and it became the Chevy midsize car, alongside the Monte Carlo. The engine for 1980 and 1981 was the 350 5.7 L V8. It was sharing the GM G-body platform with the Pontiac Grand Prix and the Oldsmobile Cutlass. In 1983 it was replaced by the front wheel drive Chevrolet Celebrity. It was reintroduced in 1997 using the N-body platform and a 3.1L V6 or a LD9 4 cylinder. The LX9 and LZ9 have been used in recent years. You can find both the classic and modern models for sale on sites like eBay, where you can also find parts and badges for all years.
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