Liked the retro look from when I first saw the concept car, always been a Chevy fan but only owned their trucks (3/4 ton HD) all my cars had been imports. I traded in a CRV for this car because it was the most car for the money period! We saw an ad price for $12,500 for the LS and with my GM card discount we drove home in it for $11,500 brand new! cheaper than a cobalt or focus, or a less equipped hyundai! We love that the base model has so many features standard. Oh, and did I mention how great the mileage is? We average 36 on trips and have on one trip gone over 600 miles on one tank! For snow, we bought Bridgstone Blizzack studless and they are amazing! No need for AWD
Style, trip computer, black seats to hide kids messes! Fuel economy, long distance comfort. Driving a econo car that gets noticed is a bonus
Front end: We have had to have the intermediate steering shaft replaced at 3000 miles, and I think the sway bar bushings are clunking or the shock is bad on the front passenger side. Interior is so quiet that these problems really stand out. Still love the car!
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