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Pros: I love it all!!
Cons: Placement of window controls and climate control dials
Advice: DRIVE IT!! For the $$ you will find nothing better!! Push for a great deal and you will get it!I Love Cavaliers!! The 91 cavalier I traded in had 219,000 miles on it and still ran like a champ! The 2003 has a sharp look, great stereo sound, comfy seats, great gas mileage and more! Love the fact that my mid-life crisis urges have been satisfied cause it has the sport look yet holds the 2 kids quite well. :-)
Pros: The rear seatbelt system.
Cons: The cupholders
Advice: If you are looking for a great economy car the cavalier is your your best bet!I purchased the 2003, two door cavalier. I found the car to be very roomy, considering that it is a two door vehicle.I love the features that the cavalier has compared to other vehicles in it's class.The cavalier also has better performance than the other cars I considered.I think I found a dependable and fantastic car.
Pros: I love the entire car
Cons: I don't have power seats
Advice: Test drive it, It's greatI own one and it is the best car ever and the safest. My husband was in a very bad car accident and if would have been driving any other car in the same class he would have been seriously hurt. That car is the best investment I have ever made. It gets great gas milage and is such a comfortable ride. GM makes great cars!
Pros: standard air conditioned
Cons: it feels good when driving
Advice: look for ION 4 coupe it has better shape and more featuresthe ride feels smooth and quiet, it feels good, the quality for dashboard materials and other components as bumpers is poor. Very fuel economy! The total car's trim at this year looks old. specialty in the front. The cost for this model is very accesible!
Pros: I have covered it.
Advice: No need to look elsewhere! Buy this great compact sedan!My boyfriend and I were looking for a compact sedan that was comfortable and had great traction, plus got great gas mileage and had plenty of power. And we were also looking for the one that came with the best rebate. After checking several, we chose the Cavalier LS sedan. Its 140-h.p. Ecotec 4 cylinder provides all we were looking for. We were not into a high performance compact. It has plenty of seating and cargo room. It has the optional OnStar and premium stereo with cassette and CD in addition to XM Satellite Radio. And it has the optional 4-speed AOD with traction assist and control. Also, I like how Chevrolet has brought back the grille from the 1999 Lumina and added it to this car. The front has been rounded off a little more. And it is sharp with the optional rear spoiler deck. It is a compact I highly recommend over any competitor!
Pros: ADJUSTABLE SEAT BELT HARNESS
Cons: FEELS CRAMPED IN DRIVERS SEAT ESPECIALY WITH COAT ON
Advice: USE INCENTIVES AND SHOP AROUND TO GET MORE CAR FOR MONEYEXCELLENT FUEL ECONOMY 37 MILES PER GALLON LAST FILL UP.ENGINE HAS ADAQUITE POWER.OVER ALL RIDE IS DECENT TOO.WHEEL COVERS MAKE NOISE OVER ROUGH ROADS.PRICE WAS BIG FACTOR. FELT I GOT ALOT OF CAR FOR DOLLAR.
Pros: I just covered all.
Cons: Looks, sluggish, lacks features available with the 2003.
Advice: For better looks, power and more features with the same gas mileage, I highly recommend the 2003 Cavalier LS instead!I compared and put the 2002 up against the 2003. It is both with automatics. It is both LS sedans. The 2002 only had 115 h.p. So, it was sluggish. The 2003 has 140 h.p. I saw no front grille on the 2002! It is ugly! The 2003 has the grille of the former Lumina. It is except a litle rounder. And the 2002 has short tail lights. The 2003 has full length ones. The 2003 also is available with OnStar and XM Satellite Radio. The 2002 is not. My suggestion is to go with the 2003 instead! It is way better!