The Chevrolet Malibu is a mid-size automobile produced from 1964-1983 and 1997-present. The Malibu started out as a trim level of the Chevy Chevelle and became a separate model line in 1978. It originally had rear-wheel drive, but in 1997 it was revived by GM with front-wheel drive.

It was sold primarily in North America, with the eighth generation introduced globally. Following the discontinuation of the Cruze, Impala and Sonic, the Malibu is currently the only sedan Chevrolet offers in the U.S.

Chevrolet Malibu 2. Gen was produced in the years 1968-1972. It was sold as a 4-door sedan, a 2-door convertible, and a 2-door hardtop. It had a rear drive and engine located in the front. It was available with several engines whose power ranged from 155 to 330 hp (116-246 kW).