Chevy Aveo First Drive from Fifth Gear. Part III.

Chevy AveoShould I give it garage space?

Chevrolet may have inspired more songs than any other car make, but it seems very unlikely that an Aveo will ever act as a muse to an aspiring songwriter.

While there is nothing downright bad about it, there is a huge list of things that just aren't quite right about it. Neither engine really shifts it, and the drive is uninspiring, to say the least, but that's just the start of it. Throw in the rather tight rear accommodation and the lack of refinement, and you're looking at a car that already feels behind the times before it's even gone on sale.

Rating 2 stars

When you consider that, for much the same money as a basic Aveo, you could buy something like a Skoda Fabia, a Kia Rio or even a Vauxhall Corsa, it's not hard to see that there are plenty of better ways to spend your money than on an Aveo. Perhaps more than anything, the Aveo serves only to show just how far the budget end of the market has moved on.

If the final price turns out to be a good deal cheaper than first estimates, perhaps that might change. But, even with an estimated starting price of £7500 - which is low in anyone's book - it's hard to overlook the Aveo's shortcomings.


Model: Chevrolet Aveo 1.2 S
On sale: May 2008
Price: £7500 (estimated)
Engine: 1206cc four cylinder petrol
Power: 84bhp @ 6000rpm
Torque: 70lb ft @ 3800rpm
Performance: 0-62mph in 13.0 seconds, 107mph top speed
Fuel economy: 51.4mpg (combined)
CO2 emissions: 132g.km

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Chevy AveoDoes it do the job?

With the likes of Hyundai and Kia now offering some seriously good cars at the budget end of the market, the Aveo has to be exceptional to stand out. Simply having a low price is no longer good enough.

And, at least on first impression, the Aveo looks perfectly reasonable. It may not be the most stylish shape on the streets, but it's certainly presentable, and things like some dashes of chrome, body-coloured door handles and the 'air intakes' ahead of the wing mirrors go some way to smartening up its basic shape.

There's even something of an Audi-esque look to new grille, but that's as far as the Audi comparison goes. Inside, it's only too obvious that this is a car at the budget end of the market. Everything from the dash to the door trims seems built from cheap, hard plastics - well built, admittedly, but still far from attractive.

At least, the controls are all easy to use and there's a decent amount of room in the front seats, so you're not short-changed there. Head- and legroom are both fine, and even though you sit quite high and the steering wheel adjusts for height only, the driving position is good.

Climb into the back, though, and the news isn't so good. Behind a six-foot driver, room in the back is quite cramped, and another six-footer will have their knees firmly embedded in the back of the front seat and their head rubbing the roof lining. A family with two young kids might not worry too much, but once those same kids hit their late teens, they won't be happy in the back of an Aveo.

Likewise, although the boot is a decent size, taking advantage of the full space on offer is not easy. While the rear seat back is split 60/40, the base is in one piece and awkward to tumble and roll up against the front seat because, firstly, you need to release the central rear seat belt and, secondly, you need to slide the front seats forward a little.

Again, when you come to drive the Aveo, it's a case of disappointment. True, it's not downright bad, but it's certainly a long way from enjoyable. For a start, neither of the engines gives it much in the way of performance.

While that perhaps comes as no great surprise in the 1.2, what is a surprise is that the 1.4 felt no quicker, despite having quite an advantage in power and torque on paper. What's more, the 1.4 also suffered from a slower gearchange and a firmer ride, so if we were making a choice between the two, we'd save our pennies and go for the smaller-engined car.

However, that's not to say even that version is without its shortcomings. On the contrary, like the 1.4, it suffers from an awful lot of poorly controlled body roll in corners. But, more than that, its steering has no feel and there's too much noise at motorway speeds.

You might argue that you expect to cut a few corners when you buy a budget car, but the truth is that you can spend similarly small amounts of money on other cars and not have to make such sacrifices.

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Chevy Aveo First Drive from Fifth Gear. Part I.

Here's Fifth Gear Chevrolet Aveo First Drive by Andy Pringle.
Chevy AveoWhat is it?

The Aveo may not be a familiar name to us Brits, but the car that now carries that name is not totally new. You see, what has happened here is that Chevrolet is now doing a Vauxhall and giving its cars the same name right across Europe. So, just as we now drive a Corsa and not a Nova, so in the future we'll drive an Aveo rather than a Kalos.

Yes, that's right, for all the company's talk of a 'new car', the Aveo is basically a heavily facelifted Chevrolet Kalos - and that started life in the UK as a Daewoo. So, the Aveo isn't strictly a new car at all.

On the other hand, there are certainly plenty of new bits, not least of which is the new nose, which is our first sight of the new global look for the company's cars, with a horizontally split grille. Beyond that, there's also a new engine - the 84bhp 1.2-litre petrol unit - that promises more power and better economy than the old 1.2. Perhaps most significantly, though, the Aveo is the first modern Chevy to be built in Europe, at a plant in Warsaw, Poland.

At launch, there will be a choice of just two petrol engines, a 101bhp 1.4 joining the new 1.2, and Chevrolet is expected to offer three trim levels, the basic S, followed by the LS and LT, the last of which is available only with an automatic gearbox.

Prices are yet to be confirmed, but the company estimates the range will cost from about £7500 to £11,000 when the first cars reach UK showrooms in May. For the first month, only five-door models will be on sale, but they'll be joined in the following month by the three-door version that was unveiled at the Geneva Show earlier this year.
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Chevrolet Aveo 5th Gear Extended Review

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In continuation of the subject Chevrolet Aveo Fifth Gear Review I present this post with extended description of the Aveo features.
3 stars

It's not ugly by any standards but it does look dated. The front holds similarities to the 2003 face lifted Fiat Punto which, although good looking at the time, only serves to show how behind the Aveo is with its styling.

Nothing to write home about really, as once you get past the masses of body roll, the car feels numb and lifeless. It lacks feeling through the steering wheel which makes driving around twisty B roads a disappointing experience.

Again, not a strong point, but it depends how far you intend to go. The ride is noticeably hard - more so on the 1.4's larger wheels - and the interior is not somewhere you'd want to spend much time. However, road and wind noise are not too much of a problem, so the cabin is relatively quiet.

Despite the materials, the Aveo has actually been well put together and feels fairly solid. Plus there's no history of unreliability so durability shouldn't be an issue with this car.

Neither of the engines provides much in the way of performance - the 1.4 not feeling much quicker than the 1.2 despite all the figures suggesting otherwise. Once you get going, the 1.2 is noisy at motorway speeds.

Space is plentiful in the front; both head and legroom are good. However, the rear seats are a different story, as anyone over six foot will struggle to get comfortable and with a tall adult in the driver's seat, anyone sat behind will have little, if any, legroom.

There's no mistaking that this car is cheap, and according to the figures, all of the manual models will achieve over 47mpg (some over 50mpg). Road tax is average however, as the range sits in VED band C, costing around £120 per year.

There isn't a shortage of equipment with the Aveo: the £8,845 mid spec LS comes with items like air con, electric rear windows, electric and heated door mirrors, 15-inch wheels and trip computer. However, to get the top LT spec, you'll have to have the larger engine which has a starting price of over £9k. Plus, the Aveo won't be on the desirability radar so residuals are likely to be poor.

Most of the problem stems from poor sounding speakers rather than the stereo itself, which is easy to use and does everything you would expect. Sat nav is not available even as an option.

All models are capable of under 140g/km except the automatic version, which produces 152g/km CO2. There is no diesel option available, which is a shame as a small unit could offer even better fuel economy and CO2 - plus it might benefit performance too.

Chevrolet Aveo Fifth Gear Review

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Not recommended. Looks can deceive and, despite the seemingly affordable price tag, you only get what you pay for. Unfortunately, this really is nothing more than a budget motor.

It's quite an odd experience to be listening to county singers crooning about riding in their Chevys, and rather depressing when you consider that Chevrolet used to make cool cars that were actually worth singing about. Sadly, in Europe at least, it's been reduced to selling what used to be known as Daewoos in order to make some money - but then you, can't blame them for wanting to earn a buck. So Chevys are now functional rather than cool, but that does not mean they can't be good - and the company promises the Aveo is a big step forward from the Daewoo era. On first impressions, it certainly has decent enough looks to make it in the competitive small car segment, and its £7,695 starting price appears to be good value.

However, get inside and the Aveo is massively disappointing. The dash and doors are covered in hard plastic, which both looks and feels cheap. There are still parts of this car that hint at the company's Daewoo days, and it is these areas that really let this car down. The dash isn't entirely unattractive and could have been successful, but it feels rushed and unfinished. Where simple chrome details have worked on the new exterior, they haven't inside. The basic controls are where they should be and functional, but nevertheless, it does feel like a budget car. On the upside though, it has been solidly put together and there aren't too many creaks and rattles whilst driving.

It's spacious enough in the front, but six-footers will find little room in the rear and to drive, they will need to have the seat back as far as it goes, leaving no room for anyone sitting behind. The boot is a decent size and the 60/40 split rear seats add further luggage space. Although the driving position is generally good, the seat sits quite high and the gear stick is set back slightly, which can feel odd. The cars steering feels oddly heavy at slower speeds and, although as you get going it does get lighter, it then feels quite unresponsive. The brakes are a little numb too; they need a good shove to slow the car down at low speeds, but they do seem to be more responsive when braking from higher speeds.

Neither of the petrol engines gives the car much in the way of performance, often needing to be revved hard to get much out of them. The car also feels untidy through corners, suffering a lot of body roll, and considering the minimal benefit to the cars handling, it has a rather firm ride. Of the two engines, we'd pick the smaller petrol unit as the 1.4 doesn't feel that much quicker. Plus at £9,000 it puts it within reach of the entry-level prices of the Fiesta and Mazda2-end of the segment, and it simply can't compete.

Overall, there's nothing truly awful about this car, but ultimately it doesn't quite cut it with others in this segment. It might well be cheap, but it isn't especially cheerful.


New Chevy Aveo Logo

Do you know how Chevrolet Aveo logo looks? I'm sure, you just thought of this image:Playboy LogoAnd if I told you about the following logo, you'd say I'm crazy)))
Chevy Aveo LogoBut look at the Chevrolet Aveo LS photos below!
Chevrolet Aveo LogoCloser view:
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Chevrolet Aveo Unique UK Penny Billboard

Unique UK billboard made from over 20,000 one-pence coins to launch the value-for-money Chevrolet Aveo car.
The installation lasted only 30 minutes, as hundreds of opportunistic passers-by caught their moment to pick up a penny or two.

The penny billboard was unveiled in London’s New Oxford Street to advertise the 769,500-pence starting price of the new Chevrolet Aveo.

Chevrolet's Les Turton said: "There have been some great car adverts before, but none that has stopped traffic and actually put money back into the motorist’s pocket so this is certainly a first. We’re glad we’ve topped up lots of people’s wallets, purses and, in some cases, rucksacks, but it would have been nice for the billboard to last a little longer than 30 minutes. At least it showcases the fact that the new Chevrolet Aveo is quite literally great value-for-money."

The Chevrolet Aveo is available to order now from 769,500-pence on the road, or for those who prefer to deal in pounds - £7,695.


Chevrolet Aveo Video Ad (Transformers)

This Chevrolet Aveo Transformers video ad is destined for the European market. The message that this funny commercial wants to send to the customer is that with a Chevrolet Aveo you won't have any annoying problems. It seems that after last year's movie, the Transformers theme has become very popular in automotive TV advertising.
I think you'd get slightly annoyed too if your car kept doing this. Watch the Chevrolet Aveo Transformers video ad:

2009 Chevrolet Aveo5 Video

The Aveo5 has just been redesigned. With a new European style, the appearance of the Aveo5 is a welcome departure from its bland predecessor. This video is from myride.com

2009 Chevrolet Aveo5 Photos III

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Chevy Aveo5 Additional Features

Additional 2009 Chevrolet Aveo5 safety features include:

- Front safety belt pretensioners
- Energy-absorbing steering column
- Knee bolsters
- Height-adjustable shoulder belt anchors
- Lower Anchors and Top Tether for Children (LATCH) for rear seats
- Rear child safety door locks
- Tire pressure monitoring system

All 2009 Chevrolet Aveo5 models come standard with OnStar Gen 7, which features advanced automatic crash notification, remote diagnostics and a monthly status report. OnStar provides the responsiveness of a trained operator to assist you at the touch of a button. From security features of operator directions, remote diagnostics, lockout service, roadside assistance to emergency response, OnStar offers the assistance you need when you need it. 2009 Chevrolet Aveo5 (and Aveo sedan) is the only car in its class with this safety and convenience feature.

Aveo5 Safety Features

A comprehensive system of safety and security technologies is designed to meet safety standards of markets around the globe. The 2009 Chevrolet Aveo5’s safety starts with a high-strength steel structure that creates a safety cage around the passenger compartment. The structure features strength-enhancing, tailor-welded blanks that help avoid protrusions into the passenger compartment.

The 2009 Chevrolet Aveo5 also comes standard with advanced dual-stage frontal air bags and the GM Passenger Sensing System, as well as standard h ead/thorax seat-mounted side air bags for front passengers. The head/thorax seat-mounted side air bags deploy during side impacts and are triggered by a sophisticated sensor system in the front doors.

The brake system on the 2009 Chevrolet Aveo5 is available with a four-channel ABS system. The four-sensor system – one at each wheel – incorporates electronic brake force distribution, which balances braking performance based on road conditions the weight of passengers and/or cargo.

Chevy Aveo5 Powertrains

Supporting 2009 Chevrolet Aveo5’s responsive and economical driving experience is a new, Ecotec 1.6L DOHC four-cylinder powertrain. The sophisticated engine uses Dual Continuous Variable Cam Phasing – two continuously adjustable camshafts – to optimize the charge cycle for fuel economy and performance. As a result, this 16-valve DOHC engine delivers more horsepower than the previous engine, with ratings of 107 horsepower (80 kw)* and 106 lb.-ft. of torque (143 Nm)*, and nearly 8-percent improved fuel efficiency when compared to the previous 2009 Chevrolet Aveo5 model.

The new, 1.6L engine features additional technology highlights to improve fuel economy, quality, reliability and durability, including:

- New four-in-one sheet metal exhaust manifold, with integrated catalytic converter and secondary underfloor catalytic converter
- Engine oil cooler and piston oil squirters
- New GM-corporate engine control system
- Electronically controlled thermostat
- Oil Life Monitoring System

Additionally, the engine is tuned for quieter performance, with a more pleasing sound during acceleration.

A smooth-shifting five-speed manual transmission is standard and an Aisin four-speed automatic with Hold Control Mode is available. Hold Control Mode is a special feature that helps reduce wheel spin and traction loss on slick roads by allowing the driver to select and hold a higher gear, thus reducing torque.

Ride and handling Chevrolet Aveo5

The 2009 Chevrolet Aveo5 was developed for a dynamic, well-planted driving experience and fuel efficiency. It has a wide stance and long wheelbase (97.7 inches / 2,480 mm) to deliver a smooth, confident ride. A MacPherson strut front suspension and a torsion beam rear suspension (with gas-charged shocks) deliver refined ride and handling characteristics.

Power-assisted, variable-rate rack-and-pinion steering is standard, with the steering gear is mounted on the front suspension cross member for precise action and stability. Fourteen-inch wheels are standard, but sporty 15-inch alloy wheels are available.

As a global car, the 2009 Chevrolet Aveo5 was tested and validated for a broad range of driving and road conditions. The suspension system is inspired by the driving experiences of European sports sedans yet tuned for contemporary American driving tastes – a combination that delivers both smoothness and a responsive, spirited driving experience.

Aveo5 Audio systems

2009 Chevrolet Aveo5 LS models offer a standard AM/FM, four-speaker radio system, 36 presets and an auxiliary input jack for MP3 devices. An AM/FM radio with CD/MP3 capability (including an auxiliary input jack) and six-speaker sound system is standard on the LT and available on LS.

All 2009 Chevrolet Aveo5 radios are derived from GM’s new family of premium radio systems, which are distinguished by upscale appearance, simplicity of operation and range of features and capabilities. Steering wheel audio controls are standard on LT models

XM Satellite Radio – a popular choice among youthful customers – is standard on 1LT models and available on LS. It offers more than 100 channels of music, news, sports and entertainment. XM Satellite Radio must be activated and a subscription fee applies.

Chevrolet Aveo5. Refined, well-appointed interior

The interior’s contemporary appearance is achieved through sleek lines and the clever use of rich materials, including a new, available two-tone, charcoal/light gray design (on charcoal interiors) that provides a premium look and feel. Other premium appearance elements include technical-grain, low-gloss surfaces; wood grain, satin-chrome or carbon-fiber finishes on the instrument panel and door panels; and even perforated faux leather seating surfaces, steering wheel cover and shifter knob.

Additionally, clever details abound, such as a sunglasses holder; door pockets for books and maps; and hooks that can secure shopping bags. Unexpected value is delivered through more standard and available features – features not typically found in the segment, including:

- Fully reclining front seats with convenience hooks
- Six-way-adjustable seats – plus driver lumbar adjustment
- Tilting steering wheel
- Driver information center
- Oil Life Monitoring System
- Cruise control
- Power windows and locks
- Heated, dual power body-color foldaway outside mirrors
- On-key (no separate fob) remote keyless entry
- Air conditioning with cabin filtration
- Large, power-operated sunroof

Chevrolet Aveo5 Roomy environment

The 2009 Chevrolet Aveo5’s exterior is complemented by a quiet passenger cabin that features well-crafted details and generous standard features that enhance comfort. It is one of the most spacious vehicles in its class, with features and refinement comparable to more expensive vehicles.

With its signature “tall car” design, the 2009 Chevrolet Aveo5’s generous dimensions easily accommodate 6-foot-tall passengers in each of the five seating positions. It also is a quiet interior environment, with soundproofing technologies that complement quieting powertrain enhancements and improved aerodynamics to provide a quiet, comfortable and vibration-free ride, even at higher speed.

Attention to comfort is evidenced in elements such as standard driver’s seat armrests. Also, theater-style rear seating provides a commanding view for all passengers. A 60/40-split rear seat expands 2009 Chevrolet Aveo5’s interior cargo capacity; and when more cargo-carrying capability is required, the rear seat can be flipped and folded, offering 42 cu. ft. (1,189 L) of cargo space.

New 2009 Chevrolet Aveo5. Design

Bold, tall-car design of Chevy Aveo5

The 2009 Chevrolet Aveo5’s dynamic, contemporary styling represents the global face of Chevrolet design. Redesigned, body-color fascias and chrome accents suggest a more expensive car, along with available features – such as its large power sunroof – that are unexpected in the segment, 2009 Chevrolet Aveo5 retains its characteristic “tall car” configuration, enabling a spacious interior, with generous headroom that is greater than many midsize sedans.

The front of the new 2009 Chevrolet Aveo5 features the bold, chrome-finished grille – with prominent gold Chevy bowtie – that is characteristic of all new members of the Chevrolet family, such as the Malibu. It is complemented with features that reinforce 2009 Chevrolet Aveo5’s premium appearance, including new and distinctive chrome-finished side vents on the front fenders and jewelled-appearance headlamps.

The 2009 Chevrolet Aveo5’s sleek styling accents longer, wider and taller dimensions, with sculpted lines and a wide, confident stance. Pronounced “shoulders” over the wheel openings and body-color door sills convey the look of a larger car. A more assertive, dynamic look is accomplished with crisp, V-shaped hood edges, bold front and rear fascias with premium cues, such as larger, available front fog lamps; a rear-fascia lower grille; and a larger available rear spoiler located on the trailing edge of the roof.

Ten exterior colors are available. They include: Summit White, Black Granite Metallic, Sport Red, Victory Red, Blue Moon, Bright Blue, Tahiti Green, Cosmic Silver, Medium Gray and Summer Yellow.

2009 Chevrolet Aveo5 at a glance

2009 Chevrolet Aveo5The 2009 Chevrolet Aveo5 has an Ecotec 1.6L DOHC engine with variable valve timing under the bonnet that delivers and estimated EPA 26 city / 34 highway. The 2009 Chevrolet Aveo5 can put 107 hp and 143 Nm en route.

2009 Chevrolet Aveo5 at a glance

- Redesigned, sporty exterior with contemporary details
- Updated, roomy “tall car” interior with the cargo flexibility of a hatchback – including up to 42 cu.-ft. (1,189 L) of cargo space
- New, fuel-efficient Ecotec 1.6L DOHC engine with variable valve timing
- Great EPA-estimated fuel economy ratings of 26 city / 34 highway (manual transmission)
- Standard side air bags and dual-stage frontal air bags with Passenger Sensing System
- Unexpected technologies, including standard OnStar and available XM Satellite Radio
- Five-year / 100,000-mile powertrain warranty
New 2009 Chevrolet Aveo5 is a small car with large-car roominess, amenities and huge fuel economy.
Los Angeles – Proving that fuel solutions can be wrapped in bold, fun packages, Chevrolet unveiled the 2009 Chevrolet Aveo5 at the Los Angeles Auto Show. The redesigned challenger to the economy segment delivers exceptional, EPA-estimated fuel economy of 26 mpg in the city and 34 mpg on the highway (with the standard five-speed manual transmission) – and is expected to be the lowest-priced car in America when it goes on sale in 2008.

“Chevrolet is committed to fuel solutions of all types, and the new 2009 Chevrolet Aveo5 demonstrates that gasoline remains viable in a highly efficient, affordable package,” said Ed Peper, Chevrolet general manager. “It is a terrific value, with a worry-free ownership experience that has the lowest ownership cost of any vehicle on the market, yet it packs all of Chevy’s fun-to-drive spirit.”

The new 2009 Chevrolet Aveo5 reaffirms the brand’s value position and builds on it with features expected in larger, more expensive cars – such as standard OnStar and available XM Satellite Radio – as well as its signature “tall car” design that enables surprising passenger and cargo room. It is powered by a new, fuel-sipping, 1.6L DOHC engine with variable valve timing that produces more power (107 hp / 80 kW) and strong torque (106-lb.-ft. / 143 Nm) – and has been tuned for quieter performance.

“Customers will be surprised by the ‘big’ features of the 2009 Chevrolet Aveo5 – big room, big style, big refinement and, of course, big fuel economy,” said Peper. “It is a flexible car that provides untold capabilities, with cargo features and flexibility that change as your needs change.”

Indeed, the 2009 Chevrolet Aveo5’s efficiency and flexibility go hand in hand. With its improved fuel economy among the best on the
market using regular gasoline, the 2009 Chevrolet Aveo5 can travel more than 400 miles (643 km) between fill-ups, resulting in fewer trips to the gas station and road trips that require fewer stops.

The 2009 Chevrolet Aveo5 goes on sale in mid-2008, joining the recently redesigned Aveo sedan. It is available in base, LS and LT trims – each backed by a “worry free” five-year/100,000-mile transferable powertrain warranty, plus Roadside Assistance and Courtesy Transportation.


Chevrolet Aveo Three-Door Hatchback Video from 2008 Geneva Auto Show

Below you can see video of the latest version of General Motors face-lifted Aveo compact at the 2008 Geneva Auto Show. The Aveo is a three-door hatchback based on the Korea-designed and built Daewoo Gentra X.
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New Chevy Aveo Hatchback Photos. Part III

In this post you can see high-quality interior and exterior design of new 3-door Chevy Aveo Hatchback.New Chevy Aveo HatchbackPhoto of of new dynamically styled three-door Aveo:
New Chevy Aveo HatchbackStriking exterior is one the most significant features this model.
New Chevy Aveo HatchbackHow do you like the headlight?
New Chevy Aveo HatchbackAnd the last image in this post:
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In this post a show you images of the new 3-door Chevy Aveo Hatchback.
New Chevy Aveo Hatchback What a great and romantic photo - Chevy at sunset:
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New Chevy Aveo Hatchback Photos. Part I

Below there are some photos of 3-door new Chevy Aveo Hatchback.
New Chevy Aveo HatchbackRead the introduction of new Chevy Aveo Hatchback.
New Chevy Aveo HatchbackEuropean Chevy dealers will start selling the three-door Chevrolet Aveo approximately in June.
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New Chevrolet Aveo Hatchback

New Chevrolet Aveo Hatchback Chevrolet has updated 3-door Aveo Hatchback for the European region.

Chevrolet will introduce the 3-door Aveo Hatchback at the Geneva Motor Show this March. The new Chevrolet Aveo Hatchback has new exterior design, new interior and more efficient engines than its predecessor, the five-door Aveo Hatchback. The sales are expected to commence in June.

The new 3-door Chevy Aveo Hatchback will look like the Aveo 5 but without two doors for second-row passengers. There will be a choice between two engines: 1.2 liter unit putting out 84-horse or a 1.4 liter that generates 101 hp. Rear windows pop open for ventilation. The interior styling carries over, like the exterior visuals of the 5-door Aveo Hatchback.

Last year at the Geneva Motor Show Chevrolet started a design contest called "Young? Creative? Chevrolet!" and this year The hostesses on the Chevrolet stand will wear the outfit that won first prize in Fashion, one of five disciplines covered in the contest. 20-year old Lea Schindler, a student at the ESMOD International Fashion School in Lyon, France, designed the dress.

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Chevrolet Aveo Sedan 1.6 LT

Chevrolet Aveo 1.6 LT is the top-range variant with great looks, comfy interiors and cost -effectiveness. Main features that must be mentioned are:

  • 1.6L DOHC 102 PS, 5 speed MT;
  • double DIN MP3 system with 6 speakers;
  • rear spoiler with CHMSL;
  • chrome coated exterior handles and trunk lid garnish ;
  • 14" alloy wheels; electrically adjustable OVRM;
  • wood finish on IP and door trim;
  • car alarm and key less entry system.
Image of Chevrolet Aveo LT:Chevrolet Aveo Sedan LTThe Ivory Gold color is found only for this modification of Chevrolet Aveo Sedan.

Chevrolet Aveo Sedan 1.4 LS

Chevrolet Aveo 1.4 LS Sedan is the mid-range variant with great looks, comfortable interiors and cost-effectiveness which are the unique marketing propositions. The interior of the car is twice beautiful with a 2 tone beige color, full fabric seats with Deluxe Seat Fabric and two Front Speakers. How Chevrolet Aveo LS Sedan looks: Chevrolet Aveo Sedan LSChevrolet Aveo 1.4 LS car prices vary depending on the car dealer's location.