The Autoweek Drivers Log for the 2004 Aveo LS features three strong opinions, one for and two against. One editor doesn't see the vehicle as a "real" car, with a weak engine, sub par interior with uncomfortable seats and the thinnest of body panels that were deformed in a car wash. Another editor would rather drop Aveo money on a used Toyota Corolla and views the Chevy purely as an appliance. The third editor then comes in accuses the other two of being car snobs because he feels the Aveo plays the role Chevy wants it to play: basic transportation, nothing less and nothing more. Despite the wildly different opinions, it's always refreshing to see some unchecked honesty instead of just the neutral statement of lifeless facts.
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