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Mal·i·bu

 (măl′ĭ-bo͞o′)
A district of Los Angeles, California, on Santa Monica Bay. It is a fashionable resort and residential area.
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Decades later, Chevrolet was still tacking the SS badge onto the fenders of Cobalts, Malibus, modern Impalas and, of course, the current-generation Camaro.
For example, pilots may remember the in-flight break-up events that led to temporary grounding of Piper Malibus in the early 1990s.
To test the impact of underside protection guards on tractor trailers, IIHS crashed a pair of Chevrolet Malibus into a tractor trailer.
Once inside, I inevitably lost my mates in the dimly-lit chaos and spent most of the evening trying to find them again - between overpriced Malibus and trips to toilets occupied by women who were either vomiting, weeping or weeing together.
"We have contractors bidding jobs in their Silverados, families streaming movies in their Suburbans and Malibus and everyone tapping into the cloud for music," said Alan Batey, president of GM North America and global head of Chevrolet in a press release.
Given the breadth of the Chevy portfolio-Sparks and Sonics, Malibus and Impalas, Colorados and Silverados, Suburbans and Tahoes, Volts and Bolts-there is a whole lot of bandwidth.
The affected cars are 469,000 Chevrolet Malibus built in 2011 and
Malibus Shark Attack, supported by Oh Volcano (ex-General Fiasco), play McHugh's Basement, Belfast, on May 23.
The first recall involves 14,930 units of 2013 Chevrolet Malibus equipped with power-adjustable front seats.
But the automaker confirmed at that time Chevrolet Malibus sold in the Middle East are unaffected because they are equipped with a different transmission, a six-speed automatic transmission.