After the demise of the minicompact Metro following the 2001 model year, Chevrolet had no true entry-level passenger car in its lineup. Compact Cavaliers were the company's smallest models.That omission was remedied for the 2004 model year with a pair of Aveos. The subcompact sedan and four-... Read Full Report
There was some snickering a few years back when General Motors bought failing Daewoo, a South Korean automaker that never quite hit its stride in the U.S. market.Daewoo built OK cars, but the lack of a dealer network and other essentials doomed its efforts in the face of hot competition, including fellow Koreans Hyundai and Kia.Last year, Chevrolet unveiled GM's first Daewoo product, the s... Read full review for the 2005 Chevrolet Aveo
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