Just bought it as a work car. Only had 54,000 miles on it, so not a bad deal. To me the interior is very reminiscent of the 1980s and early 1990s Cavaliers. Most everything seems to be in a logical location. I like the fact that it's cheap, easy to maintain and it's decent on gas. I've driven Cavaliers before, and never had any trouble with them! Although I had forgotten about the loud, droning exhaust note from those GM 4-bangers.
Got this car used, and was a little worried about some things I had heard. So far so good though. Being in college it gets me where I need to go in comfort and style, has plenty of pep, feels nice and sturdy to drive and doesn't cost much in gas at all. Could use an extra cup holder, but other than that I have no complaints. Would definately recommend this as a first car for anyone who is not sure what to get.
Overall style, nice and cheap for parts that rarely break down
Add a cup holder, other than that I'm happy as is!
I have put several aftermarket
modifications on my car, thats about
all i love about it. Driving it the
other day and the tranny went on me!!
Left me stuck on Route 90, a major
interstate. You know Chevy's little
phrase, "we'll be there?" Ya, they'll
be there when you need to buy a new
car and are going to giive them
$22,000! Then they will GLADLY be
there. It rides like a go-cart by the
way. However I never had any problems
with the alternator or the water pump.
all of my modifications
more powerful engine, interior styling
rather blah, the dash board has STAYED
THE SAME FROM 95-2005! All the 95-02's
look exactly the same inside, whats up
I bought my cav. less then a year ago
and it only had 46,000 miles on it.
But now it has close to 73,000 and it
still runs great. The only problem
I've had with it was I needed to
replace the altinator. at 72,000 miles.
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