American Cars are Meant for the Road
By NewDadAgain on
2000 Chevrolet Cavalier 2dr Coupe
Initially the dealership gave us a lemon. After letters to Corporate HQ the dealership was forced to "de-lemon" this vehicle. After these few months of pure regret we've driven this car all over. From mid-west to parts of the south and regular trips to New England. This is an American car built for the road. This car has about 145,000 miles and counting and runs like a charm!! Drive and American car where it's supposed to be and it'll treat you right!! I've owned Oldsmobile, Chrysler, Chevy, Cadillac.
It's American built for the traditional American interstate highways. The CD sound system is great despite its bland rental appearance.
Abs stinks! Death trap! Headlamps can only be replaced at dealership, never independently! Unlike most other bulb replacement is a piece of cake. Fuel economy. 60/40 rear seat split!