2004 Chevrolet Malibu Maxx LT 4dr Hatchback (3.5L 6cyl 4A)
The Maxx is fun to drive. It's peppy,
and the steering is sensitive, even
though it's front wheel drive. I got a
lot of options for a relatively low
sticker price. As for the interior, I
like that almost everything in the
drivers space is adjustable, including
the pedals. The leather seats are
really soft and are texturized with
little breathable holes that keep the
leather from getting sticky and hot. I
like the Maxx's unique design (built on
Saab platform) and its safety features.
The acceleration, the second sunroof,
and the side curtain airbags. The back
seat is comfy and has lots of leg room.
The remote start is cool!
The front headrest design could be
improved. The headrests are fairly
uncomfortable unless they're adjusted
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