Chevy Malibu Headlights
Named after the city of Malibu in California, the Chevrolet Malibu has gone through 9 generational phases since its inception in 1964. Available in a complete range of body styles, earlier models were all sealed beam headlight systems requiring aftermarket kits to be converted to HID or LED lights.
In 1997 the Chevy Malibu began to use halogen bulbs in place of the sealed beams. Easily replaced with a plug and play HID kit.
The 1998 Malibu is a nice handling car with quick acceleration and comfortable ride. 18.5 MPG city and 22.5 MPG highway.
In 1999 the Chevy Malibu was a top seller in the US, with a lot of power and an upgraded audio system. And a good candidate for a Xenon headlight conversion.
For the 2000 Malibu, a 3.1 liter V6 gives 170 hp with 0 to 60 in about 8 seconds. Good quality and handling.
In 2001, Chevy Malibu has nice exterior styling with a good size truck, great acceleration and good fuel economy.
For 2002, Malibu produced a great road car and commuter, getting excellent mileage with a comfortable ride. Halogen headlights are easily converted with a plug and play HID kit from MotorFiend.com.
2003 Malibus give great performance from the 3.1 liter V6 and great traction from the 215 wide tires.
2004 Chevy Malibu had heated leather seats as an option. Great handling mid size car, lots of room in the trunk. Halogen headlights convertible to HID plug and play.
For 2005, Chevy Malibu came with a new front fascia design meant to resemble the Chevrolet trucks. Perfect for HID conversion.
In 2006 the Malibu front end was completely redesigned creating a more conventional style, with a smaller grill made to look like early models.
2007 Malibu is a smooth riding car with quick acceleration and is very fuel efficient. HID headlights would look great in this model.
The 2008 Malibu was the first year of the “7th generation, with a longer wheel base, three inches wider and six inches longer than previous models.
2009 Malibu’s gets great gas mileage, and has a quiet, comfortable smooth ride with superior handling. A CANBUS ballast is recommended for HID conversion on this vehicle.
2010 Malibu is looked upon as one of the best buys in a midsize sedan with great power and gas mileage.
For 2011 the Malibu is looking good inside and out, with many extras including remote start, heated seats and Bluetooth. Great for HID conversion.
The 2012 Malibu has quality interior and exterior styling. Great handling and smooth driving and very comfortable to drive.
For 2013, the Chevy Malibu offered a large touch screen display. Great fuel economy with a nice exterior and interior at a very modest price.
In 2014 the Malibu offers an exceptional smooth and comfortable ride. Nice overall interior and lots of trunk room. It offers outstanding gas mileage and a lot of torque, with 19 inch wheels to put the power to the pavement. CANBUS ballast upgrade is recommended for this vehicle.
2015 Chevy Malibu again provides excellent mileage and offers automatic start for cold winters. Very precise handeling making it smooth through the turns. Try a HID plug and play conversion from MotorFiend.com.
The 2016 Chevy Malibu was unveiled in April of 2015 featuring a sleek and larger design much like the Chevy Impala. Larger interior and improved MPG make this a desirable automobile.
Overall, the Chevrolet Malibu remains one of the most popular rides in America.