I guess we can chalk this up to one of the oddest things I have seen in a while.
Normally when you go to an automaker's website, and you will see 5 star crash ratings, best in class economy scores, and various accolades of best value in class. The PR engine always is in full swing showcasing the vehicle in the best light.
However if you wander over to Chevrolet and look at the 2013 Malibu you see a great finance price, and an impressive 37 mpg highway rating.
But you also see a pretty mediocre 5.2 out of 10 rating from Kelly Blue Book! Now I believe in truth in advertising, but why in the world would you place a less than favorable KBB score out there? Are they expecting you to glaze right over it, or are do they believe in full disclosure?