It's a great car for the money. (After all, you wouldn't buy a car like this unless low cost was important to you!) It's very stylish inside and out and seems well made so far (1200 miles). Engine is fuel efficient but I am surprised it isn't more so. Chevrolet and the Korean manufactures of the Aveo could make some simple improvements to make it a great car...variable speed intermittent wipers, actual electronic door lock buttons, more storage, better cup holder location in the front seat, etc. Overall, it is a good car for those on a tight budget.
Styling (inside and out), mp3 player input, smooth transmission, handles well, keyless entry/trunk
More storage, better cup holder location in the front seat, variable speed intermittent wipers, actual power door lock buttons (rather than having to press the lock knob on the door to activate power locks), hybrid version
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