The 2016 Chevy Malibu has five trim levels, the most basic of which will cost $22,500—that’s less than the 2015 Malibu’s base LS model, which was priced at $23,290.
Although the basic model is cheaper, the 2016 Malibu has a wider price range than the 2015 model, making the premium version more expensive than the premium 2015 model. The most expensive 2015 model was $29,145. The Premier package for the 2016 Malibu will cost you $31,795.
Standard equipment for the basic L model of the 2016 Malibu includes 10 air bags, cruise control, push-button start, and a 1.5-liter, four-cylinder engine.
The LS model will cost $23,995 and will include a rear-vision camera and MyLink radio, Apple CarPlay, or Android Auto. The next model up, LT, will cost $25,895 and include everything in the LS with the addition of LED daytime running lamps, 8-way powerdriving seats, and the option of a 2-liter turbo engine.
The Premier package, priced at $31,795, will have ventilated seats and LED taillights.
Each of these starting prices includes an $875 shipping fee.
There is no word yet on how much the Hybrid 2016 Malibu will cost.