2001 Chevrolet Metro Consumer Discussions
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Well, I looked up this claim, and found to my surprise that it is right! Apparently, the 1989-96 Geo Metros were made with fuel filters; but the 1997-2001 Chevy Metros did not have fuel filters. Inste...

What you wrote about turning the distributor a few teeth rang an alarm bell in my head; because the distributor on a Geo Metro does not have teeth; it only has a single blade on it. Furthermore Geo Me...

In that respect I can't complaint. The Service Manager provided me with a brand new 2001 'rental' Chevy Metro 4-door automatic with only 278 miles in the odo. He gave me the car without me having to a...

The Chevy Metro (a.k.a Suzuki Swift) will be finally discontinued after the year 2001....

Our 2001 S 10 just did the same thing - found a new one on-line for $20.90. Doors are no fun to work on - my 2001 Metro; back door only works with the power lock switch. If you manually lock it, it wo...

Very happy to report 37.6 mpg on my first tank of gas in my brand new 2001 Prizm. The car is the 5 speed, and the driving was about 85% hi way, and the rest in and through small towns, on my way to w...

One of my closest friends is a single mom with a 10 year old daughter, living in metro Salt Lake City. She drives a 2001 Dodge Ram 2500 Quad Cab 4x4 diesel, 5 speed manual. She is an off-road events...

I have driven through 2 snow storms (here in the NYC metro area, 4 - 6 inches is considered a "snow storm" LOL :-)) and it handled like a champ. I had 2 vehicles skidding and sliding around...

My 93 Metro 3 dr with 5 speed 3 cylinder gets 50 mpg city and 48 mpg on long trips (we usually do 75-85 mpg when in the interstate) and we usually go up and down over mountain ranges....

I agree with one of the posters that the Cobalt is a replacement for the Cavalier just like the Aveo replaces the Metro. The Camaro was never replaced... it just went on hiatus (unless you would like ...
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