2008 Chevrolet Aveo Consumer Review: Most economical car is based

2008 Chevrolet Aveo Sedan - Consumer Review

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By Ron Wagner on


2008 Chevrolet Aveo LS 4dr Sedan (1.6L 4cyl 5M)


We purchased this LS with air and auto for $9,340. We have been looking at Aveos since they came out. We love the way they sit. They sit high, so you don't have to fall into the seat and clamber out. The mpg is disappointing so far. Just 22 mpg city. I figure I can afford at least $10,000 worth of gasoline before I reach the price of a hybrid. I don't think that the hybrids would ever match the overall economy. We really do like this car. It could be a little wider for large people though, and I don't understand why little cars don't have arm rests for both front seats, or one that is big enough for both people. Right now, I would say go for the best priced non hybrid to save the most money.

Best Features

Price. High sitting seats. Great lumbar support. Audio input jack.

Worst Features

One large, two person arm rest. Larger gas tank.
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