2005 Chevrolet Cavalier Special Value 2dr Coupe (2.2L 4cyl 5M)
This is my third car and my first one bought new. Bought it mainly because of the price tag, but love it more everyday I drive it. I did get keyless entry and a sound system installed on it. So it is enough for my everyday driving. Do my own oil change and have not had a problem with this car.
A/C and CD player. Basically all you really need for an everyday commute
Update the panels and seats, but for the price, it still worth every penny
40 MPG on the highway, great acceleration when needed. This dependable car is a great value. I have 64,000 miles on it and my only problem was hitting a low flying turkey. I replaced the grille piece that was broken and I have not spent a cent on any other parts other than oil filters. I have the base model coupe, 5 speed manual and would recommend this car to any one looking for dependable transportation.
2005 was the last year the Cavalier was built. GM should pull out the 2005 model and start production again!
It's a nice car that is small and ecomonomical, yet large enough for my husband to comfortably drive, and he's 6'3". I like the dark interior and how quiet the ride is. And the mileage is great, but she can get up and go too!
2005 Chevrolet Cavalier LS Sport 2dr Coupe (2.2L 4cyl 5M)
This car has been very fun to drive from when I got it in Dec 6 2004. It was the last fully loaded model Ls sport and I love this car. Great gas mileage and very sporty and upgradable if you are into that stuff. The 2.2L Ecotec engine is the best engine in this Cavalier, and I owned 3 Cavaliers.
I love the sunroof and 5 speed transmission.
The car is no longer around. I think they should of still had the Cavaliers and just made an SS Cavalier.