Chevrolet Cavalier News
Could the old nameplate return to the U.S.?
The Chevrolet Cavalier Convertible is not what most people would call a "good" car. Even when new, its interior was composed almost exclusively of second-rate plastics, its engines were asthmatic and its transmissions made decisions with the quickness and alacrity of Congress. If nothing else, it was a disposable car.
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Dear Tom, My 2003 Chevy Cavalier makes a clicking sound in the front when I make a right turn. It doesn't do it when I turn left. Should I be concerned? What could cause this noise? Larry from DetroitLarry, My first thought ... your car probably has a bad front CV joint. Get the vehicle into a shop and have them check the CV joint on the side of the car where the clicking occurs. Tom After I
A long, long time ago -- 1996 to be exact -- Toyota decided to brand engineer a GM vehicle for the Japanese domestic market. The vehicle they chose: the Chevrolet Cavalier. They even called it the Toyota Cavalier, and wanted to move 20,000 of them per year in Japan. They put them in dealer showrooms next to JDM cars, and, well... people didn't really buy them. By 2000, the Toyota Cavalier was mort.
A good chunk of people who frequent the Internets on a regular basis have no doubt seen this pic, which shows a giant tattoo of a lightly modified Chevy Cavalier on the arm of a J-body fanboy. We've all expressed our opinion of the young man's choice, though we're prepared to let it drop since he's expressed many times on the John Neff