"Dealers still can't get enough of them."
I heard that said of the Honda accord in the 90's...the Lexus RX in the 2000's.
But never of an American car...especially a Chevy sedan.
Part of the problem can be attributed to pessimistic production levels but there may be hope for GM after all.
The Chevrolet Malibu continues to do better than GM expected: the General moved 12,172 of the new model in December 2007, a 6.7% improvement over the same month last year. There are two factories currently building the car, and demand for the 2007 North American Car of the Year finalist is such that dealers still can't get enough of them.
I somewhat predicted this: Do you think I'm Pretty?