As the automotive industry is evolving, there is no doubt that the safety features and build is also evolving. Let’s take a 1959 Chevrolet Bel Air and a 2009 Chevrolet Malibu and put them to the test. At first glance, the Chevy Bel Air looks a lot more sturdy, with the elongated hood and trunk. The Chevy Malibu comes in way shorter than the Chevy Bel Air, so it may seem that the Bel Air has more buffer in case of a severe accident.
However, once we put these two cars to the test with a head-on collision, the results are pretty eye-opening.
There are lots of people on the road with a Chevy Malibu, and it’s not surprising since it’s a sturdy little American car that doesn’t break the bank. What’s better than regular LED DRL bulbs? A set of Chevy Malibu OEM Fit LED daytime running lamps with switchback capabilities! This set of exact fit LED DRL is a great upgrade for your Malibu and works great if your car is equipped with factory fog lights or not.
Do you have an American car and are super jealous of all the cool LED add-ons available for your Japanese or European counterparts? It seems like all the state of the art LED merchandise is tailor made for Japanese and Europeans, but those who own a newer Chevy Malibu are in luck today. This set of xenon white OEM Fit LED daytime running lights are a pair of pretty kick ass upgrades for your 2013-up, 8th gen, Chevy Malibu that’s sure to make heads turn and necks break by replacing the stock fog lamp bezel and add an impressive LED DRL.