Exterior & Styling

While the previous car sported styling by Italdesign-Giugiaro, the 2007 Aveo comes from GM's in-house mold. From a distance, its large headlights and cross-bar grille could be mistaken for a Chevy Cobalt, and the chrome-striped rear looks like a shrunken Malibu with Ford Fusion taillights. It's a clean, reasonably fresh design, but it's not as distinctive as before.

Riding on a 97.6-inch wheelbase, the Aveo is about 170 inches long — three inches longer than its predecessor. Width and height increase 1.6 and 0.4 inches, respectively. Here's how the Aveo stacks up against competing four-doors:

Shoppers might also consider an entry-level hatchback. All the Aveo competitors above include a hatchback variant, and others— like the Honda Fit and Suzuki Reno — come only as hatchbacks.


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