Chevrolet Aveo (T200)

Chevrolet Aveo (T200)
Chevrolet Aveo LT hatch front.jpg
2004–2006 Chevrolet Aveo LT
Overview
ManufacturerChevrolet[nb 1]
Also calledChevrolet Kalos (T200)
Chevrolet Lova (T250)
Chevrolet Nexia (T250)
Daewoo Gentra (T250)
Daewoo Kalos (T200)
Holden Barina (T200/T250)
Pontiac G3 (USA)
Pontiac G3 Wave (T250, Canada)
Pontiac Wave (T200, Canada)
Ravon Nexia (T250)
Suzuki Swift+ (T200/T250; hatchback)
ZAZ Vida (T250)
Production2002–2011 (South Korea)
2002–present (under license)
Model years2004–2011 (South Korea)
2009–2017 (Mexico)
AssemblyChina: Yantai (Shanghai GM)
Colombia: Bogotá (GM Colombia, until November 2013)
Ecuador: Quito (GM Ecuador)
India: Halol (GM India)
Kazakhstan: Ust-Kamenogorsk[1]
Mexico: San Luis Potosí (San Luis Potosí Assembly)
Poland: Warsaw
Russia: Kaliningrad[2]
South Korea: Bupyong
Thailand: Rayong (GM Thailand)
Ukraine: Zaporizhzhia
Uzbekistan: Asaka (GM Uzbekistan)
Vietnam: Hanoi (GM Vietnam) Egypt: Cairo (GM Egypt)
DesignerItaldesign Giugiaro at Italdesign
James C. Shyr
(2006; exterior)
Body and chassis
ClassSubcompact
Body style3-door hatchback
4-door sedan
5-door hatchback
LayoutTransverse front-engine, front-wheel drive
Powertrain
Engine
Transmission4-speed Aisin 80-40LE automatic
5-speed manual
Dimensions
Wheelbase2,480 mm (97.6 in) (2002–07 hatchback, sedan)
2,480 mm (97.6 in) (2007–11 hatchback)
2,489 mm (98.0 in) (2007–11 sedan)
Length3,880 mm (152.8 in) (2002–07 hatchback)
4,235 mm (166.7 in) (2002–07 sedan)
3,920 mm (154.3 in) (2007–11 hatchback)
4,318 mm (170.0 in) (2007–11 sedan)
4,315 mm (169.9 in) (2012–present sedan)
Width1,670 mm (65.7 in) (2002–07 hatchback, sedan)
1,680 mm (66.1 in) (2007–11 hatchback)
1,710 mm (67.3 in) (2007–11 sedan)
1,709 mm (67.3 in) (2012–present sedan)
Height1,485 mm (58.5 in) (2002–07 hatchback, sedan)
1,505 mm (59.3 in) (2007–11 hatchback, sedan)
Curb weight970–1,150 kg (2,140–2,540 lb)
Chronology
PredecessorDaewoo Lanos
SuccessorChevrolet Aveo (T300)
Chevrolet Sail (Mexico, called Chevrolet Aveo)[3]

The Chevrolet Aveo (T200) (/əˈv./ ə-VAY-oh) is the first generation of the Chevrolet Aveo, a subcompact automobile from the Chevrolet division of the American manufacturer General Motors, launched in 2002, developed by the initially independent South Korean manufacturer Daewoo, later GM Korea. It was originally marketed as the Daewoo Kalos and prominently marketed as the Aveo. The model received the T200 internal codes during the car's development. The T250 code was designated for the model's facelift.

Designed, engineered and originally marketed by GM Daewoo, the Aveo superseded the Daewoo Lanos and was marketed worldwide in 120 countries under seven brands (Chevrolet, Daewoo, Holden, Pontiac, Ravon, Suzuki and ZAZ).[4] In its home market of South Korea, the T200 was known as Daewoo Kalos, before being rebranded Daewoo Gentra. In several Asian, Australasian, and European export markets, the "Daewoo Kalos" name was also used, only to be later renamed "Chevrolet Aveo" or Holden Barina in the case of Australasia. In Indonesia this generation sold in 3 names, "Chevrolet Aveo" for hatchback, "Chevrolet Kalos" for sedan and sedan for taxi fleet as "Chevrolet Lova". Other names used include ZAZ Vida in Ukraine, Ravon Nexia in Russia, Chevrolet Nexia in Uzbekistan, Chevrolet Lova in China and Pontiac G3 in the United States, selling alongside the "Chevrolet Aveo" version. In Canada, the name Pontiac Wave was originally used, followed by Pontiac G3 Wave, before adopting the "Pontiac G3" name used in the United States. Since 2003, Suzuki has also sold a version in Canada as the Suzuki Swift+ alongside the Chevrolet and Pontiac badged versions. T200's successor, the T300 was released in 2011. The Swift+ was dropped after the 2011 model year due to poor sales along with the entire Suzuki brand, although Suzuki Canada lists 2010 as the final model year Swift+. In addition, the release of the Pontiac Wave5 is also very relevant to determine the difference of production years and production model names.[5]


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