Used 2009 Chevrolet Aveo Pricing

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2009 Highlights

Chevrolet has revised the Aveo's four-cylinder engine for 2009. It now has variable valve timing, and fuel economy has improved as a result. The five-door Aveo hatchback gets a face-lift and refreshed interior design, and all models now have an auxiliary audio jack and OnStar (with a year of service) as standard. Upgraded trim levels also get satellite radio.

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  • Low price, high fuel economy, ample headroom.


  • Engine lacks power, hatchback's small luggage capacity.

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Used 2009 Chevrolet Aveo for Sale

Chevrolet Aveo 2009 5 LS 4dr Hatchback (1.6L 4cyl 5M) Cosmic Silver Charcoal cloth66,353 miles
Used 2009Chevrolet AveoAveo5 LS
Est.Loan: $82/mo
Ace Motors LLC(0)
27.3 mi away
Great Deal!
Great Deal!
Chevrolet Aveo 2009 1LT 4dr Sedan (1.6L 4cyl 5M) Bright Blue Charcoal cloth96,102 miles
Used 2009Chevrolet Aveo1LT
Est.Loan: $101/mo
Fair Deal!
Fair Deal!
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Dealer Notes

PRICE DROP FROM $5,238. Excellent Condition. AUDIO SYSTEM, AM/FM STEREO WITH CD PL..., Onboard Communications System, ENGINE, ECOTEC 1.6L DOHC 16-VALVE 4-C..., TRANSMISSION, 4-SPEED AUTOMATIC, Non-Smoker vehicle, Clean Carfax AND MORE!EXCELLENT VALUE: Was $5,238.KEY FEATURES INCLUDE: Onboard Communications System Rear Spoiler, Remote Trunk Release, Child Safety Locks, Bucket Seats, Tire Pressure Monitoring System.OPTION PACKAGES: TRANSMISSION, 4-SPEED AUTOMATIC includes hold control mode, Battery, 610 cold-cranking amps maintenance-free with Battery Saver System, AUDIO SYSTEM, AM/FM STEREO WITH CD PLAYER AND MP3 PLAYBACK seek-and-scan and auxiliary input jack (Includes (UW6) 6-speaker premium audio system.) (STD), ENGINE, ECOTEC 1.6L DOHC 16-VALVE 4-CYLINDER MFI with Variable Valve Timing and Dual Continuous Variable Cam Phasing (106 hp [79.0 kW] @ 6400 rpm, 105 lb-ft of torque [141.8 N-m] @ 3800 rpm) (STD). Chevrolet LT w/1LT with Bright Blue exterior and Charcoal interior features a 4 Cylinder Engine with 106 HP at 6400 RPM*. Non-Smoker vehicle, Clean Carfax.EXPERTS ARE SAYING:'s review says The Chevrolet Aveo is still one of the most popular -- and least expensive -- subcompact cars in the U.S.. 5 Star Driver Front Crash Rating. 4 Star Driver Side Crash Rating.EXCELLENT SAFETY FOR YOUR FAMILY: Front Disc/Rear Drum Brakes Great Gas Mileage: 34 MPG Hwy.WHY BUY FROM US: We love our customers! Please confirm the accuracy of the included equipment by calling us prior to purchase.

Chevrolet Aveo 2009 5 1LT 4dr Hatchback (1.6L 4cyl 5M) Sport Red Neutral cloth86,432 miles
Used 2009Chevrolet AveoAveo5 1LT
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NHTSA Overall Rating

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  • Frontal Barrier Crash Rating

    OverallNot Rated
  • Side Crash Rating

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  • Side Barrier Rating

    OverallNot Rated
  • Combined Side Barrier & Pole Ratings

    Front SeatNot Rated
    Back SeatNot Rated
  • Rollover

    Dynamic Test ResultNo Tip
    Risk Of RolloverNot Rated

IIHS Rating
The Insurance Institute of Highway Safety uses extensive crash tests to determine car safety.
  • Side Impact Test
  • Roof Strength Test
    Not Tested
  • Rear Crash Protection / Head Restraint
  • IIHS Small Overlap Front Test
    Not Tested
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Top Consumer Reviews

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Consumer Rating

Nice car, check it out.
I needed a 4dr hatchback with automatic. My car also has the optional power package with keyless entry. Narrowed my choices to the Aveo, and the 2008 Fit, both of which had some minor pluses over the other. The Aveo has CC, drivers seat height and lumbar adjustments, and an armrest. It also has daylight running lights, an alarm system, and free Onstar for one year. The front end has been redesigned, and the interior has been upgraded. The engine has a few more horses with improved gas mileage. I have been averaging 30 MPG in mixed driving, and the engine turns 2800 RPM at 70 MPH. Generally quiet with some road noise. Very roomy, great visibility, nice handling, and good acceleration.
Gives Cheap a whole new meaning.
I have had my Aveo for going on 5 years now. I should have walked past it the moment that I ran my fingers over the grill and the black paint powder that came off on my finger was present. Now the entire reason for my purchase was that I needed a vehicle that I could drive into the dirt. I commute to work everyday and any vehicle was going to be getting aged prematurely. However, this does not excuse the wiper blades disintegrating in the second month of ownership. I understand that Korea may not have the winters that we Canadians do but wow! Anyhow, new blades on moving forward. Wait, what is that awe-full racket? It can't be the engine already... For crying out loud it sounds like the engine is trying to leap out from under the hood.... Notice in the mail, "Dear Aveo owner please proceed to your nearest Chev dealer to get your wiring replaced as the engineers have discovered an issue with the gaps of your spark plug and wiring harness." As my car is lurching and crying "No kidding there is an issue." . Okay so contact my dealer that I purchased my car from, "Sorry, we can't help you with that." "We don't have the parts to fix it right now.". Click... Wait, what? Yo Rick, I need you to put new plugs in and wiring. "Isn't that a recall? Shouldn't your dealer do that?", to which I replied. "Yes", "Yes they should." "So can you do this?" Driving my now behaving Aveo out of Rick's shop and noting the it will be a cold day in hell before I go back to the dealer. Not long later. "Hmmm, are my headlights dirty?" After looking I realized they were not dirty just one of the bulbs had burned out. No big deal, I have now replaced 3 bulbs. The creme de la creme had to be driving to work one morning and there was a little bit of snow on the road. I am Canadian and have been driving this road since 1989. No problem........ So why am I now staring at a terrified lady facing me and we are traveling in the same direction. I mean her eyes were like dinner plates. After I hit the drifted snow on the side of the road I have come to realize yet another issue with the Aveo. The rear brake has a tendency to lock. Terrifying right... I mean the freaking pad came off the shoe inside the drum...... Think about that for a second.. They are supposed to be molecular bonded to the shoe to prevent that sort of thing from happening. "Yo, Rick!!" "I need you to take a look at this rear brake, something is definitely [non-permissible content removed]!" "Umm, Dave the drum is really stuck on there." - "I know, I scared the H*** out of some lady in a SUV that was behind me, I was looking at her while i was going backward." A couple hours later... "Dave, I have never even heard of this happening." "Once i manage to get the drum off the pad was off the shoe.." Do not under any circumstance buy this vehicle, it redefines cheap and I would swear substandard parts. I honestly can not express how confused I am about how this actually made it to market. Oh and now the screws to the air filter have corroded and I will have to likely cut them and tap them to change the air filter.
Aveo Manual shift
You must have a dealer change the oil & filter as the clutch assembly is wedged against the filter housing. It is absurd. After a year finally got a dealer tech. to admit is was a poor design from chevy & they stopped making such. However, chevy never told us about this problem or did a recall. Also the dealers now tell us that they only can change the oil as the whole clutch assembly must be dropped and the filter itself cost extra. Also there is always residual oil drops from the change and the burning smell in the engine. Our idea was to have an inexpensive & easily maintained car, which it is not, it is just cheap! We have received NO satisfaction from the dealers.