Sure, the 2008 Chevy Malibu's selling better than the last model, but it's still an orgasm of mid-size mediocrity like everything else in the class of cars that include the Toyota Camry, Honda Accord and the Ford Fusion. Sure, the Nissan Maxima may be somewhat sporty, but nobody's going to confuse it with a GT-R… »
Al Navarro is a co-founder of Mint Advertising, an independent advertising agency in New Jersey. He also drives a Caterham Superlight R, so don't front.
A foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds...Emerson said something like that. So hopefully, I'm entitled to an inconsistency once in a while. A change of … »
After first showing us the serious problem America has with blind joggers, the ad mavens for the General are now using the ad campaign for the new 2008 Chevy Malibu to show us the proper way to rob a bank. Apparently it has something to do with using a late 90's Oldsmobile as your getaway car — and — we're not really … »
Now that pricing for the new Malibu is out, we've just received a missive from the General telling us the 'merican revolution's got a marketing campaign in a pot and cooking for the newly redesigned 2008 Chevy Malibu. The campaign is supposedly going to "prove the Malibu competes with" the Toyota Camry and the Honda… »
The Chevy Malibu not only gets a new look, it's getting a new price — one that starts at $19,995 for the base-level LS model and includes a hybrid for the starting price of just $22,790. Along with the bargain-basement model and the light hybrid, the Malibu lineup includes the 1LT and 2LT trim levels and the… »