The 2007 Aveo 5 LS is a slightly more upscale version of Chevrolet's ultra-low-priced econobox hatchback. It's got a few more creature comforts than its super-cheap sibling, but ultimately it's a compact with an accent on economy, not style.
The 2007 Aveo 5 proudly advertises itself as the "lowest-priced car in America". It's an econobox compact hatchback, with 5 doors (four passenger doors and a hatch) and a 4-cylinder engine.
Marketed at people seeking affordable family transportation, the Aveo 5 is more like a European city car than most of the vehicles we see on American streets today.
The LS trim is the base level trim for the sedan body, and comes sparsely equipped. Standard features include carpet floor mats and air conditioning. Many convenience features are optional here, including cruise control, power windows and keyless entry.
The LT trim is only available with the Aveo sedan. This package includes LS options like cruise control, a sunroof, power windows, keyless entry, and CD-MP3 audio system as standard equipment. The LT also adds upgraded seat fabric and a wider selection of options.