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2015 models of Chevy Malibu and Impala roll into Robbins Chevy

Mid-size and full-size void now filled in the Houston area

HUMBLE, Texas, Aug. 22, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- In its quest to reassert itself among the family sedan giants, Chevrolet has pulled out all the stops for 2015. Now, two of the iconic American automaker's most revered models, the Malibu and Impala, have arrived in the Houston area, flush with fresh updates and a host of engrossing amenities. Robbins Chevy, located north of the metro area in Humble, Texas, now welcomes these two terrific models, and they are available to test drive today.

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Representing the mid-size sedan segment is the 2015 Chevy Malibu near Houston, Texas. Picking up where it left off following its recent redesign, the Malibu now adds 4G LTE and WiFi capability to all trim levels, making it a veritable hotspot on wheels. The Malibu also features two outstanding powertrain options, each of which offer confidence and capability to Texas drivers. First of the two is an ECOTEC® 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine delivering an agile 196 horsepower and an outstanding 36 highway mpg according to EPA estimates. Those desiring even more performance, meanwhile, may take advantage of the available ECOTEC® turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder, capable of 259 horsepower and a class-leading 295 pound-feet of torque.

Changing the game in the full-size sedan segment is the 2015 Chevy Impala near Houston, Texas. After its full restyle for the last model year, the Impala continues its progression for the new model year. In addition to its two powertrains available previously--including a 3.6-liter V-6 engine generating 305 horsepower and a zero-to-sixty time of 6.8 seconds--the Impala now welcomes a bi-fuel model capable of running on Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) or gasoline. The Impala follows suit with 4G LTE and WiFi capability and, with its spacious interior cabin draped in only the finest upholstery materials, up to five occupants can all feel more connected than ever before.

Robbins Chevy is proud to welcome each of these exciting sedans to its Houston-area lineup. Interested parties are encouraged to visit the dealership for further information. The dealer may also be contacted online at www.robbinschevy.com, or by calling by telephone at 855-216-0295.

Media Contact: Chelsea Robbins, Robbins Chevy, 888-260-6861  x2252, [email protected]

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