2005 Chevrolet Aveo from North America
I would try an Aveo again, only if regularly serviced by Chevy
Radio out at 60000.
Needed to replace a valve.
I babied my car. However, where I went wrong was not taking my car to be serviced by Chevy for proper PREVENTIVE maintenance. I thought I would be spending an enormous amount of money in dealing with the dealership service dept. $1000 in just the last 30 days, boy was I wrong. The service center that I had been faithfully dealing with, since purchasing the car over 2 years ago, was putting the wrong oil in my car. Aveo's do best with synthetic oil because of the size of the port. Other oils cause it to clog (tell that to my wallet since I had to pay $130 to get all that crap cleaned away today). Also, I didn't know that my timing belt was due at 60000. I'm currently on borrowed time at 64K!!! My regular service department didn't even mention it to me and I was there just today!!!
By the way, my regular service center was VERY WELL KNOWN ACROSS THE STATES, which, apparently, matters not. I need preventive maintenance. Not reactive maintenance.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 17th July, 2009