2004 Chevrolet Cavalier from North America
Awesome Car, Love it
Nothing has gone wrong with the car. The car is super fast and is very fun to drive. I put in a K&N air filter, use full synthetic, and mid-grade gasoline. I replaced the front seats and took out the back seat. Wish it came that way. This car is super fast and I get about 38 MPG.
I had a purchased a 2004 Toyota Corolla. What a piece of junk. I had it at their dealership about 10 times. They changed the wheels, the drive axles, the bearings, the transmission, and finally said that the engine was not balanced properly. Anyways, I got my money back and bought the Cavalier. Money well spent. The Cavalier is so much better than the Corolla.
I love the responsiveness of this car.
The acceleration is outstanding.
The gas mileage is superb. 38 MPG.
Replace the base all weather Goodyear tires with a stiff high performance tire.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 14th June, 2007
16th Aug 2007, 18:44
I did everything you suggested except for the tires. I inflated the factory tires to 40 PSI. They have a max rating of 45. I had to drive a lot miles of the expressway last weekend. I set the cruise control at 62 MPH and drove a total of 525 miles on the expressway with one tank of gas. I filled up with 12.8 gallons.
That's 525/12.8 ~ 41 mpg. Incredible. Thanks for the tips.
12th Nov 2009, 20:45
You're going to ruin your tires.
13th Nov 2009, 15:52
By inflating them to 40 PSI? No you won't. My tires are always inflated to at least 45 PSI and I have always gotten 60,000 or more miles out of my tires. No centerline baldness, but evenly worn. I find that keeping your PSI in the 30's causes uneven wear.