Hey ok...so a buddy of mine is getting this car... what you all think?
Personally i think they want to much $$$ for it.
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Just lets hear some cons and pros for this thread
that picture is a honda not a chevy
that's my sig....:doh:
I really dont think there are any pros for the Cavalier (excpet maybe the
Z24 models) other than quite possibly the price. And that Cavalier is
overpriced by at least a grand. If he really wants it, offer $2000, nothing
The interior is crap, handling is awful, dosent get as good gas mileage as other econo-cars, reliability is among the worst (I havent met a person who hasnt had multitudes of problems with their Cavvy) and it just looks....boring.
He knows....he's being a pleb lol
I think Dad's old Sentra handled better than the Cavalier I drove in
I don't mean to flame but...if there's one car more boring than the Neon, it's the Cavalier!!!:2cents:
you know that's not true :laughing: neon TRIES to be a sporty car... and completly fails at it. The cavalier is ment to be just a economoy car.
Exactly. Why does he want to spend 3k on a Cavalier with 100k miles anyway?
Go slap him around a bit and have him tell you what he wants in a car and I
KNOW you will be able to find a much better choice. All that car is is an
econo-box. So have him buy a cheap high mileage Civic for half the price
that gets BETTER gas mileage and is more reliable. If he wants sport, which
from this doesn't look like it, for 3k you can get some decent V6's that
actually move when stepped on.
Almost 100k miles
Did I say looks?
Agreed with this.........brown :S
My friend is selling a 94 coupe with under 100k miles (around 98 or so thousand) for 1500 obo.