Bought new in 05 and love it. About 36 mpg on the hwy and 30 in town. Can't beat it for the price! Seats fold flat for carrying all sorts of stuff. Great little wagon. Would buy again. Have had no problems at all.
Chevy LS motor
top notch interior fit and finish
NBA player leg room plus decent headroom
BMW looks with a GM price
driver's seat is not extremely comfortable.
no spare tire. I had to buy a Holden compact spare.
stereo is subpar to me. Knobs and controls are goofy looking.
OVerall this car is great for the money. gets better gas mileage than most cars one quarter of its performance. gets 15/16 around town and over 25mpg on the interstate and i drive harder than normal.
if GM sells this type car again with a chevy badge, i would buy oone new in a heartbeat.
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