The LT2 has Bluetooth as standard; I really like that feature. The clarity of the factory built in Bluetooth in comparison to most visor mounted Bluetooth kits is well above and beyond expectation. The only drawback is that it cannot access your contacts; you have to manually store them into the car. The Chevrolet Cruze Onstar has that capability, and I am being told that this will be a software update that will eventually extend to all of the Chevrolet car lineup.
Additionally, you can download the Onstar App to your iPhone, which gives you the ability to do everything from remote start to checking the vehicle diagnostics. One drawback... it isn't set up for the Malibu yet, but it will sometime this year.
It was an adjustment going from an older full size luxury car, but the safety functions and a lot of the other features that you would expect to find in a high end luxury car can be found in this one. The LT2 is just one step below the top of the line model, but it is a very nice car for the money.
The 4CYL has plenty of get up and go, and the fuel economy I am getting out of this car even before the break in period is right at 33 MPG, which this model is rated for.
The seating in the interior is fairly roomy for a car this size, and is actually quite comfortable for the 2 hour trips it takes me to get to and from work. The functionality of this car almost allows me to operate 70% or more of my work right from the driver seat.
As much as I enjoyed my full size sedan, I think I am going to enjoy this car that much more.