2000 Chevrolet Malibu from North America
Chevy is wrong for letting this car off the assembly line
Well first off, I regret selling my Honda to buy this Malibu, but tomorrow it's gone, selling it, bye bye, here I come HONDA!!!
So the first day I got the car, it took around 30 seconds to learn how to start the car. I drove it to school a few days later, and BAM, the anti theft light came on, no start. So I sit for 10-15 minutes, come back, and the car starts. Starts horrible after about 2 weeks after I purchased the car.
Brakes are terrible.
Blinker's have a mind of their own.
Brake lights have a mind of their own.
Just a bad car; should be recalled.
Chevy should smack themselves for putting together a car like this.
I'll never buy another Malibu again. Maybe I'll never buy another Chevy or better yet a GM car period.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 26th November, 2009
27th Nov 2009, 06:44
For Pete's sake, the car is 9 years old - what do you expect, if you want new car experience, buy a new one, and if you get the same problems, then you can complain.
14th Nov 2012, 13:30
Never had brake light issues, it's only refused to start when the starter went out after 120k miles. It all depends on maintenance and care. Some cars don't handle neglect well. If you drive it without caring for it, simple things become major problems. Letting them sit for years outside with no attention isn't good, either.