There are plenty of reasons to fall in love with the 2013 Chevrolet Malibu. It has three different engine options, a variety of trims, and style to spare, especially for a mid-sized sedan. However, it has one standout feature that you don’t often find on vehicles in its price range, and we would like to dedicate this Lindsay Chevrolet blog post to four-door passive entry.
Here’s a scenario for you: let’s say you’re carrying groceries in both arms, and your car keys are buried deep in your purse or pockets. You can balance the grocery bags enough to grasp the door handle, but not enough to root around for your keys. No problem! All you have to do is tap a button that is located on each door handle and the car will unlock. If you want to stow stuff in the trunk, just tap any of the buttons twice.
The system only works when it senses that your key fob is within three feet of the vehicle, so you don’t have to worry about anyone else accessing your vehicle using passive entry.
It’s available on the Malibu LTZ trim, and is a nice addition to this well-rounded car. Obviously, Chevy has convenience in mind when it’s designing the models in its new lineup each year.
If you’d like to learn about more features and options that are available on this year’s Malibu, contact us at 800-829-1455.