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Aveo Spring Edition

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avant1963    38
Oh, how cute The Aveo Spring Edition will include: 5-door LT in Maui Blue Power Sunroof Foglamps 6 disc CD changer/MP3 Six speaker sound system Satin chromed A/C control cover Limited release 15-inch wheels All for only $995 option That's the best Spring Edition deal going. [attachment=94:attachment]

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daves87rs    316
Not bad..those should sell very well..a lot of value... I do have to say that I saw an 06 LT hatch in back with the same options, and it looked pretty good.... :)

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daves87rs    316

Those are actually some very nice options.
Should add some spring to the Aveo's step.
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I think so too...

Considering the way gas is now...all those toys might convince buyers to get
one if they were thinking they would get a lot less in a smaller car...

I would consider one, even in that strange color...

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ocnblu    719
Wow, that's a cool little buggy. I'd consider one... I love the color, the rims, everything. It's tasteful, imo.

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daves87rs    316

I'de rather wait for the redesigned Aveo.  This one still has too much of an econobox look to it.

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I can't wait to see it in person...

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That's very nice-I got the 2006 brochure (as well as Malibu and Uplander, plus a small-sheet 2007 Tahoe teaser) yesterday. It'll do well just like all other Aveo's, and I wish they didn't discontinue the Aqua color that was available (after September 2005, apparently)-it was very unique. And this Maui blue sounds nice too-I wonder what else they'll come up with. Now how about a Z13 Sport package for LS/LT, extended SVM options, and a Z02 Turbo model to start with?

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PurdueGuy    72
hate to wake an old thread, but I just wanted to comment that I think GM needs another smaller/lighter car than this, like my s-series Saturn. I find it sad that the Aveo is pretty much the same weight and horsepower as my car, yet gets 5 less mpg. And the s-series was designed in the late 80's. :-p

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Satty    338

hate to wake an old thread, but I just wanted to comment that I think GM needs another smaller/lighter car than this, like my s-series Saturn.  I find it sad that the Aveo is pretty much the same weight and horsepower as my car, yet gets 5 less mpg.  And the s-series was designed in the late 80's. :-p

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S- cars also had more power, at least the DOHC versions. Sound deadening was non-existant, but they were quick and got good milage. They're also pretty indestructible.

Anyways, spring makes me thing of freshness, clenliness, so anytime I get that not-so-fresh feeling (you know, down there aka ball funk) I'lll think of this car.

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Well maybe if Chevy had done the Cobalt right, you'd have your alternative...sad because I just saw a Cobalt commercial at a local dealer advertising 34 MPG, and the same dealer that also sells Toyota's advertised the same 34 MPG highway on its Camry 4-cylinder! Pretty sad, huh? Back on topic, Aveo needs to get mid-40's in highway mileage, and it needs it now-its beyond pathetic that it doesn't. If I were to get a subcompact I probably would get the Aveo in LS trim, I don't want luxury features when buying a subcompact car, but if someone does want it, then I'd say I now support the features/model to exist.

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Flybrian    0

Well maybe if Chevy had done the Cobalt right, you'd have your alternative...sad because I just saw a Cobalt commercial at a local dealer advertising 34 MPG, and the same dealer that also sells Toyota's advertised the same 34 MPG highway on its Camry 4-cylinder! Pretty sad, huh?

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No. Not at all. That's quite an abstract comparison, especially when I can say a Corolla XRS gets 34mpg on the highway with a stick and burning premium while an automatic fullsize Impala gets 31mpg.

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I was referring to a base Cobalt too-I think the regular 130hp Corolla's (non-XRS levels) get 40 MPG highway, and therefore compared to non-hybrid/diesel compact cars, that's a benchmark. On a more related note, I think Chevy should roll out more Spring Edition models, even Winter Edition, or Fall Edition with green/brown/taupe/earth tone colors.

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