I purchased this cavalier convertible 6 months ago They rod bearing went out 2 months ago every body told me to replace them engine 2.4 oh dual cam But being a stubborn old man (80 years )old can do that myself it is then most complicated car I have ever worked on
Drivers window has never worked right. About 400 to replace motor which helped for short time... Back window coming loose, that is a 595.00 cost. I have a fungus growing in back seat due to water leaks. Door rubber was replaced before.... Not a good car for tall people. Have been repeatedly ripped off by dealership and other mechanics.... I only put the top down about 4-5 times a year.... If I touch drivers window button, it could take 2 days to get it back up.....
While car was under warranty, they should have just replaced the whole window system...instead, they tols me it was this or that and it cost me, and it still doesn't work. i hate the car!!!!will never buy another one....
I have owned this car for 2 years (bought used) and have had no major problems. It handles very well even in the snow, and has a ton of spunk. The gas mileage is unbelievable, I get 28/city, 35hwy! Super fun to drive, nice tight steering and lots of acceleration, great sound system and convertible is perfect in the summer!
gas mileage! Handles tight and smooth, sharp corners, easy maintenance
Classier interior, a dash that doesn't crack at the heat vent, interior trunk button would be nice, but good car for the money
I purchased this car new. It has always been very reliable. It is a sharp looking car with white striping and tinted windows. It is a lot of fun to drive and I always have envious compliments wherever I go. I have had several new cars in my life and this is the one I liked the most.
Convertible, Automatic transmission. It has plenty of "get up and go". If I am first at a stop, I can take off before anyone else even gets going.
This is a fun little car to drive and
own. It isn't refined like a Jaguar. It
isn't a performance car like a
Corvette. For the money, it makes no
pretense about what it is; simply an
enjoyable ride about town with the top
down. Besides, if you want all those
fancy features, open your wallet up a
bit more and quit whining.
My first convertible has wshown me the
light. It breaks my heart that GM has
removed its convertible offerings
(except the Corvette of course)
Like most of the public, I want all the
performance, features, and stylings of
an exotic car for the price of a six