Are you on the hunt for a used car at an affordable price? Head to this weeks Goodwill Auto Auction, where were featuring this practical and stylish 2005 Chevy Malibu!
First introduced by Chevrolet in 1964 as the top-line model of the Chevrolet Chevelle, the Malibu became a new model line in 1978. The four-door sedan was popularly used in fleet service for law enforcement patrol cars, and the Malibu body style was also used in NASCAR competitions until the late 1970s. The Malibu were featuring is from the sixth generation of the popular vehicle and was newly redesigned for the 2005 year based on General Motors front-wheel-drive Epsilon platform.
Powered by a 2.2-liter, dual overhead cam 4-cylinder engine with a 4-speed automatic transmission, this Malibu offers smooth steering and a quiet, comfortable ride. With spacious seating for five passengers, this mid-size, 4-door sedan is an ideal choice for busy families.
The 2005 Chevy Malibu also offers an impressive average fuel economy of up to 24 MPG city/35 MPG highway to save drivers time and money at the gas pump. Standard safety features on the 2005 Malibu include seatbelt pre-tensioners and dual-stage front and side-impact airbags.
Kelley Blue Book users give the Chevy Malibu an average rating of 8.1 out of 10, citing its ”reliability, gas mileage, and dependability’ as key factors for choosing the vehicle. If youre interested in this great deal, youll need to be at our Goodwill Auto Auction on Saturday, April 14th and place your bid!
Registration starts at 8:00 a.m. at 10600 Springfield Pike in Woodlawn, Ohio and the auction begins promptly at 9:00 a.m. Arrive early to place your bid on this Chevy Malibu or any other of our great vehicles up for auction!
And remember, Goodwill is the place to donate your car, truck, or boat! Donate your vehicle at one of our convenient designated drop sites in Greater Cincinnati, or arrange for your vehicle to be towed FREE of charge! Your vehicle donation may also qualify for a tax deduction. Find out more at goodwillcars.com.