Since 2002, the Chevrolet Aveo has been an option for a sub-compact vehicle. It is offered as either a 2 or 4 door vehicle. Some of the newer year models also offer a hatchback design. It is very small, and that makes it perfect for commuting. It features 32 mpg in the city and 42 mpg on the highway.
The vehicle accelerates decent for a subcompact car, but many consumers are disappointed with the overall power that the Chevrolet Aveo offers. This car can also tight quarters for someone that is tall in terms of overall head and leg room. There is a decent amount of cargo space for a vehicle in this category.
The low price is a huge selling point for the Chevrolet Aveo. It is often driven by young adults that don’t need lots of cargo room or space for children. It is also a great vehicle for college students and those that drive frequently so that they aren’t spending lots of money on fuel.
The vehicle gets decent reviews for safety. The base model doesn’t have many features at all. Some of them don’t even have cruise control so you should look at those features before you make a purchase. In 2011, the second generation of the Chevrolet Aveo was introduced.