I bought the 2004 Cavalier strictly as
an economical "drive to work" car. I
liked the low price with the rebates
and the looks aren't bad. However,
when on the highway if there is any
cross wind you can't keep it on the
road. It will change lanes by itself
if you don't pay close attention.
Also, what 1950's design engineer came
up with the bright idea of using a
cartridge oil filter instead of the
spin on type? I can see why the 2005
model is the last year for Cavalier.
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