2004 Chevrolet Cavalier LS 2dr Coupe (2.2L 4cyl 5M)
My family has driven Honda civics,
Toyota corollas, and Chevy cavaliers.
Honda and Toyota are HIGHLY OVER RATED.
Hondas burn oil, have fuel and
electrical systems problems. Toyotas
burn oil, have manifold problems leaking
carbon monoxide into the passenger
compartment. Chevys have proven solid
through 5 knuckle-head teenage drivers,
and within reach of 200,000 miles. So I
bought a new 2003 cavalier and expect
over 200,000 miles out of it.
Stereo system, standard daytime running
lamps, LATCH system, Front and rear
crumple zones, reinforced side impact
beams, excelent gas milage with strong
Even though the 2.2 liter ecotech engine
is strong, older cavaliers once had the
option for a V-6. I would like to see
that option again.
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