Small but mighty, you get what you pay for and more with the Chevrolet Aveo.
For a small car, the Chevrolet Aveo, is pleasurable to ride and drive. The interior on the LT model is simple yet you are left with feelings more associated with that of a higher-class vehicle. I have driven well over 10,000 miles in my Aveo and had nary an issue except for a minor electrical malfunction which was fairly inexpensive to rectify. I can easily maneuver this car at both high and low speeds, allowing for tight turns at a moderate of speed. The engine is surprisingly quiet on my little Aveo and, so far, problem free. If I had to mention a downside to my Chevy (which pains me), it would be the loss of power when using the air conditioner and the fact that you can feel every bump in the road. El Paso summers are extremely hot and air conditioning is a must. You sacrifice power for bearable temperature; and that is fine by this reviewer. Potential buyers should be warned that this ride is a bumpy one. The Aveo takes it well, but it is shocking how you can feel every nook and cranny underfoot. I would surely recommend the Chevrolet Aveo to any twenty-something college student or first time driver as it durable and dependable and requires little maintenance other than the usual oil change and such.