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New Chevrolet Aveo Prices Revealed

Grab a pen, prices for the new Chevrolet Aveo have been revealed.

By Stephen Turvil
Oct 25, 2011
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Grab a pen, prices for the new Chevrolet Aveo have been revealed. The entry-level LS specification costs £9,995. This has: a rear spoiler, CD player, power door mirrors, and electric front windows. The mid-range LT has a few extras, including: fifteen-inch alloy wheels, steering wheel audio controls, air-conditioning, Bluetooth, and the driver information centre. This costs from £10,995 to £12,345. Finally, the top-of-the-range LTZ is beautifully equipped. Motorists benefit from: parking sensors, front fog lamps, automatic headlamps, and a leather steering wheel. This run-around costs from £12,195 to £13,615.

Chevrolet UK Managing Director, Mark Terry, said: “Much like we did with the Spark, we wanted to take the image of small cars away from being cute and cuddly. Instead, we’ve delivered a car that’s striking, bold and has attitude. It draws on our iconic models, such as the Camaro and Corvette, for its styling influence, with cues such as the distinctive round headlamps and dual-cockpit interior giving it a lot more personality than you’d normally find in this sector of the market.” The new Chevrolet Aveo is available with four engines. Petrol lovers choose either the 1.2-litre 86PS version or the more flexible 1.4-litre 101PS. There is a 1.3-litre diesel unit too, which has outputs of either 75 or 95PS. All variants have five-speed manual transmission as standard, but the 1.4-litre petrol is available in six-speed guise too. This compact cruiser hits the showrooms in January 2012 – just in time for the new year sales.

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By Stephen Turvil
Oct 25, 2011
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