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I opted for the hatchback special value manual. Today oct. Wires opened up causing arching at high rpms which resulted in a flashing check engine light.
Also had oil on the plugs due to the valve cover gasket being bad. Have never had the issue repeat. Standard collant leak. Vacuum hose leak caused a rough idle and reving idle from rpm to rpm. Never had this issue repeat. Common issue in the fuse box. Causes only half of your lights to work. Was a recall, opted to remove the module, could short out and cause a fire. Plastic connector failed, causing a short and no right headlight. Intake hose decomposed opening up causing a check engine light and poor MPG and acceleration.
Wipers no longer laid flat against the windshield. No engine or transmission failures. Word of advice. Keep up on the general maintenance. Timing belt failures in Aveos are common at around 60k and destroys your engine if it fails. Use synthetic oil. Helps on the valve tick noise, and get it changed every 5k. Brakes front disc factories are horrible. Upgrade to ceramic pads and a quality rotor. No issues. Upgrade your wheel and tire package.
I went with a wider tire and 15 inch wheel. Same overall height as factory. This makes freeway driving safer, and winter driving with snow tires extremely safe. Factory tires are banana peels. Upgrade to a common tire. No failed parts or issues.
Was advised at my last maintenance that the struts will need replaced at the next appt. Small minor issues are common. If you want your aveo to last drive it easy. I never accelerate past rpms, and never drive faster than 70mph. Also take turns easy and dont bury the gas when letting go of the clutch.
If you follow the maintenance, fix the minor issues, the car should last well past , miles. Maintence is key on Aveo ownership. I average to per This has been consistent for the ownership of the car. No leaking oil or other fluids or overheating issues. Hope this review was helpful. Read more All and all pretty good I bought my Aveo used with 63, miles on it.
I have had it 4 years and now have 97, I am pleased with this car. I need to get front struts replaced which I know some have complained about but I think almost , miles is a decent lifespan. This is a no frills car but it does the job for me.
Yes the inside is plastic everywhere and heck I have manual windows but it gets me where I need to go. Have the car properly serviced and you should do fine.
The carfax stated it had regular service done according to the timetable laid out in the manual. So mostly the car runs excellent. My chief complaint at first were the brakes. Ive driven a assortment of cars of various qualities in my years.
And I suspected that since it had scheduled maintenance done it would be in good quality, but the brakes are very weak. It feels as though the car is too heavy for the brakes it came with. I tried replacing the brake pads and rotors with OEM quality replacements, and while it made the braking slightly better, it still feels far too heavy. Read more Not bad. Ran great. We had an over heat issue and had to replace top end.
After that we have not had a single issue with the motor or the anything else. If you want one to do that get the manual shift and upgrade the entire motor to do so.
Love the Gas mileage The car gets 39 miles to the gallon better than any car i have had. It runs perfect now and has over k miles on the lower end of the motor. Read more.
2006 Chevrolet Aveo Owner's Manual