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2000 Chevrolet Cavalier GTC 4dr Sedan

2000 Chevrolet Cavalier
Trim Info:
Front Wheel Drive, 4 Door Sedan, Compact
24 mpg city / 34 mpg hwy
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2000 Chevrolet Cavalier

5.0
(Based on 1 Review)
Pros:
  • Fuel efficient (1)
  • Fun to drive (1)
  • Attractive exterior styling (1)
  • Reliable quality (1)
  • Comfortable interior (1)
  • Great sound system (1)
  • Cons:
  • Limited safety features (1)
  • 1 Review

    09/12/15
    Pros:
  • Fuel efficient
  • Fun to drive
  • Attractive exterior styling
  • Reliable quality
  • Comfortable interior
  • Great sound system
  • Cons:
  • Limited safety features
  • "Bought my 2000 Chevy Cavalier Base Coupe brand new in November 2000. At 37,000 miles, replaced factory brakes with top of the line rotors/pads At 50,000 replaced the original tires with Michlelin 195 70/14. At 101,000 miles, did a tune up, had been doing oil changes at correct intervals using Havoline 5W20, which was suggested. At 120,000 miles I had to replace the air conditioning system for $600. Since then have changed to high mileage Havoline, and had to put the 2nd battery in, and an alternator. 3 months ago, replaced ORIGINAL serpentine belt. Still runs like a champ, still gets 33 mpg at 165,000+ miles.I wish they still mad them new. I would buy another one!!!!"
     


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