So far so good. I average 5000 miles a year. Only one safety recall for the seat belt clip. I thought the mileage would be better for a small car but the automatic transmission has held mine back. This is a great car for getting around town and for training my teenager. She will get it one day since based on edmunds value of this car I owe more than it is worth but with no down payment that's OK.
1. Drivers door only locks with key. No way to lock keys in car. A good thing with a teenager. 2. Peppy engine 3. Small tires really cut through snow and ice 4. Cool auto trany shift pattern 5. big windshield
1. Change the manual for trany fliud...who sells Esso and Total other than Chevrolet 2. Outside molding to prevent dings and scratches 3. more efficient engine. My car in Italy was 1 liter, almost the same power but better mileage...at $2.40 gallon...
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