This car will get you from point A to
point B, but there is nothing special
occupy you while you’re in transit.
Only one problem - the catalytic
converter went bad. The front driver-
side tire "chirps" as I drive, but no
one has been able to fix it.
Cavalier has been consistently listed
as the worst passenger/family sedan in
terms of safety by the Insurance
Institute for Highway Safety.
According to CR, if you were T-boned
in a Caviler on the driver's side,
you're almost certain to have a
permanent or fatal injury.
My favorite feature about the 2000
Cavalier is its pick-up and the air
runs cold when you need it quickly. I
also like that it has a non-smoking
1. Get the car up to speed with
competitors in regards to safety.
It's appauling! 2. Put a indicator
somewhere on the dash that lets the
driver know what gear they are in -
that and/or a gated shifter. 3. A
60/40 rear folding seat. 4. Make the
seatbelt height adjustable.
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