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Chevrolet Aveo, Coupe, Hatchback, Sedan
#118 of 199 Re: How I bought 2 new 2006 Aveo hatchbacks for $11,000 each before TT&L. [mashburncs]
Aug 11, 2006 (10:17 am)
i hear you!! we sold the 1998 Ford 150 V8 triton last fall and and the 1987 blazer. i also sold my cherokee in the spring! we kept the "ol chevy 1990 s-10 to go fishing and haul our fire wood. as you said, not the best looking car around,not the best gas mileage but it still purrs ( under 70 mph!) after i get my new car, we will look into getting a newer one.
#119 of 199 Re: Love my new car [agrzeskowiak]
Aug 11, 2006 (12:39 pm)
i was looking up some aveos on AUTOTRADER earlier and there is one 2005 used that seems to be the same green as yours! i never seen this color before, not even as available in an aveo brochure. i think it looks fabulous!!! lucky you!
that green does look like the new green/gray metallic they have for the ford mustang, very nice color!
Aug 18, 2006 (10:44 pm)
Did you see that Edmunds ranked the Aveo the car with the lowest overall TCO? Who would have thought!
#121 of 199 Re: lowest TCO? [muffin_man]
Aug 31, 2006 (1:19 pm)
really? last time i check ed it was the scion xA that had the "title" hummm....gotta go check again i guess
#122 of 199 GM Supplier Pricing
Sep 20, 2006 (12:20 pm)
I qualify for a GM supplier discount.
I found an Aveo LT (Automatic transmission) that costs me $14,211 with the GM supplier pricing.
The dealer tells me that the GM supplier pricing is his final price... he cannot reduce any further.
Has anybody had any experience with a GM supplier pricing deal? How can I get my dealer to reduce further. I guess my entire GM supplier discount would be passed on to the dealer, so if I bought at the supplier price, it seems to me to be equivalent to buying at MSRP with the dealer making a lot of money.
#123 of 199 Re: GM Supplier Pricing [snehanshu]
Sep 23, 2006 (2:17 am)
Doesn't sound like much of a deal at all. What was the original window sticker (with destination) and how much is the supplier discount?
A guy on another forum just got a 2007 with 3K knocked off the price. It seems that a lot that can be saved on this model if you're willing to bargain HARD!
#124 of 199 Just bought a 2004 LS 5 door in Spice Orange
Dec 19, 2006 (8:29 pm)
It's a 5spd and has just over 20k miles, and has every option but ABS, and a sunroof. I paid just over $7500 for it from a local dealer who I think was glad to have it gone it had been their for just over 60 days and I was the first person to make an offer on it. I have ordered a Razzi body kit and some H&R lowering spings and a buddy has some nice 17" wheels that are going on also. Well I will let you know how it all goes. I will load some pictures when I'm done. Which should be just after the first of the year. Thanks
#125 of 199 Re: looking for a goog deal for AVEO [wenliang]
Dec 30, 2006 (6:12 pm)
Positivity to you for your dedication in being a soldier but baby you must know everytime you buy gas you are not supporting America. Where do you think the oil/gas comes from?
Best you waste your valuable energy fretting about things you can control as oopposed to things you and well, the US government cannot.
#126 of 199 2007 Aveo5 SVM Hatchback
Jan 01, 2007 (8:02 am)
On 10/31/2007 I bought a 2007 Aveo5 SVM hatchback for $10,570 total with alarm, full tank of gas, inspection sticker, registration, 5% sales tax, etc. from Durand Chevrolet in Hudson, MA and am really pleased with it. The dealer was courteous and knowledgeable - I highly recommend them.
#127 of 199 '06,Aveo5...
Mar 08, 2007 (12:49 pm)
10050 mi,sport red,auto,a/c,mp3,never know it was used.$10,000.High/low $ dont know,but looking at Rio,Accent,had to buy this.Unbelievable storage space with rear seat folded up.Very satisfied.