2004 Chevrolet Cavalier Review & Ratings | Automotive.com

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Chevrolet Cavalier

2004 Chevrolet Cavalier

Not an exciting or luxurious car, but a and responsive ride at an attractive

Reviewed by Automotive on 7/16/2004

The 2004 Chevrolet Cavalier a fresh restyle from the year and remains one of Chevy’s sellers in its passenger car lineup. despite its sales, this the last year of the model’s

The Range

Body Styles: coupe

What’s New

The 2004 Chevrolet doesn’t see many changes in year’s model, considering it got a for 2003. Small changes an upgraded stereo system a CD and MP3 player on the base sedan and It also offers a new Sport package which includes wheels, a rear spoiler, and suspension.


The 2004 Cavalier remains pretty unchanged this year. The end does not sport Chevrolet’s bowtie emblem, and naturally, the offers a sportier look the sedan. However, the Cavalier attractive enough in either style, with its flowing and low-to-the-road appearance.

The Cavalier sits on a 104.1-inch and measures 182.7 inches overall. The LS Sport model dressed up with ground-effects components, chromed-aluminum wheels, and door handles. Bright colors include Rally and Sunburst Orange Metallic.

available colors include Blue Metallic, Black, Green Metallic, Sandrift Summit White, Ultra Metallic, and Victory Red.


Chevrolet Cavalier

The 2004 Chevrolet seats five people. The features a center console slots for storing coins, and cassettes. Cup holders provide for front and rear passengers.

The LS features a CD player standard and GM’s OnStar communication as an option. The OnStar system can automatic notification of airbag to authorities, remote door convenience services, and roadside XM Satellite Radio also an option.

The rear seatback folds to increase cargo space the trunk to a total of 13.2 feet in the coupe and 13.6 feet in the sedan. The overall of the interior is typical of its class. The offers a bit more headroom the coupe but both offer legroom, which feels

Performance Handling

Not the most the sportiest, or even the most ride around, the 2004 Cavalier still offers a performance at a nice price. with the five-speed manual the 2.2-liter engine offers performance. This inline-four 140 horsepower at 5600 rpm, means easy passing and in busy traffic situations.

Operation remains smooth and

The Cavalier’s steering feels and responsive and turns quickly. The feels smooth enough on back roads. The five-speed transmission shifts pleasantly and

Brakes also feel and responsive.


The 2004 Cavalier offers an anti-lock system (ABS) standard on the LS Daytime running lights, seat anchors, front and headrests, and a rear three-point belt are additional safety

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