General Motors dials back fuel-economy estimates on the Chevrolet Malibu Eco, a redesigned-for-’13 model with mild-hybrid technology arriving in the coming weeks, citing a better balance between performance and efficiency. The Malibu Eco will achieve an estimated 25-37 mpg (9.4-6.4 L/100 km) city/highway, down from the 26-38 mpg (9.0-6.2 L/100 km) GM predicted at the car’s reveal in April and during pre-production drives of the car in September. During testing of production ...

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