2005 Chevrolet Cavalier LS Sport 4dr Sedan (2.2L 4cyl 5M)
Driving seat is not comfortable for extended driving, it is too low. The accelerator pedal is too far back and should be moved more in line with the brake. During cold weather the transmission tends to stick in lower gear for the first 2 miles. I would prefer a higher vehicle next time with more roof clearance and the seat higher from the floor. The lights from other traffic are a definite problem due to the low level of this car.
Was one of the few cars available for sale at the dealers. The remainder were heavy duty trucks.
The door locks should auto lock on starting. The mirrors should tilt back on selecting reverse. There are suspension noises that should be removed.
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