ALDIE, VA – Chevrolet is searching for an all-wheel-drive system that is suitable and affordable for inclusion in the Malibu Maxx, which goes on sale early next year without AWD. Chevy shopping for AWD for Malibu Maxx. "But the package is protected for AWD," says Ed Schoener, marketing director for Malibu and Maxx. "Now we have to find the right component set that would make it a viable business case for us.” Schoener says Chevrolet has looked at many candidates, including ...
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