The Chevy Aveo looks like a winner.
Great styling and roomy. Believe it or
not,the cabin,except for the front seat
hip room which is a few MMs narrower,
is roomier than a Corolla.The drive is
good and the performance is fine. The
fit and finish seems very good and
after test driving the Aveo,the Kia
Rio,and the Accent back to back,the
Aveo came out a clear winner in all
aspects.Especially the low noise levels
compared to the other two.The car is
built by Daewoo (lot's of junky cars
here) and sports a GM badge(just drive
a new Cavalier and you'll remember why
you swore off GM so many years ago)
We'll see if GM lets us down this
time,so far so good.
Manual traction control, slot for your
parking card, sunglasses case and the
Better speakers on the radio. Better
support for the rear seats. Gated
shifter for the automatic is somewhat
of a pain.
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