Overall, the interior is on the high-side of average, which means it’s light-years better than the interior on any Chevrolet. That, by the way, is really beginning to be an obsession with me. Every time I write about cars now, I want to complain about how awful Chevrolet interiors are. I mean, I’m getting to the point where I approach random strangers on the street, and say things like, “have you seen the interior of the new Malibu? It’s awful, right?” I’ve been in the $55,000 Camaro Zl1 with magnetic suspension and 558 HP, and all I could do is point at each item of the cheap crap inside and say, “Sucks.” Point. “Sucks.” Point. “Sucks.”
You’re not going to read anybody speaking truth to GM power like this in the pages of industry-supported Car & Driver type rags.