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Chevrolet Aveo
2004-2011
2004 Redesign Year
Chevrolet Aveo 2011 Trim Shown: 2011 Wagon

Even as basic transportation, the Daewoo-produced Chevrolet Aveo fell so far short it became a byword for mediocrity. Handling lacks the agility native to most small cars, the steering is imprecise, and the body leans a good deal in corners. The 103-horsepower, 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine delivers just adequate performance and unimpressive fuel economy. The ride isn't too bad, though, and a tight turning circle makes parking easy. Drivers sit fairly high with a good view and access is relatively easy. Fit and finish are OK, but nothing special. Many Aveos came with antilock brakes, which is a rarity for this class. The hatchback has more cargo versatility, but the sedan has a roomier trunk. The 2011 models were the last.

Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2011 $4,675 - $5,050 $2,470 - $2,820
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2010 $4,225 - $4,650 $2,075 - $2,425
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2009 $3,925 - $4,350 $1,805 - $2,155
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2008 $3,600 - $3,975 $1,535 - $1,835
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2007 $3,325 - $3,700 $1,290 - $1,590
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2006 $3,075 - $3,525 $1,085 - $1,435
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2005 $2,900 - $3,325 $935 - $1,285
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2004 $2,600 - $2,800 $705 - $855
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