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2004 Chevy Aveo:
The Chevy Aveo Base model comes in two body styles: a sporty 5-door and a contemporary looking 4-door. It's practical to own, fun to drive and offers a long list of surprising features. The LS is the top-of-the-line Aveo model from Chevrolet. It comes with a CD/MP3 player, power windows, even heated outside mirrors, all standard.
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2004 Chevy Cavalier:
From sporty to savvy, two doors or four, Cavalier works hard to be the small car millions of people depend on. With sleek styling and more standard horsepower than Ford Focus ZX3, Honda Civic Coupe and Toyota Corolla, just to name a few, this ride is bound to attract some attention.
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2004 Chevy Corvette:
To celebrate the last year of the C5, Chevrolet is offering a Commemorative Edition package on all models, including the Z06. In addition to special Le Mans Blue exterior paint and a Shale interior, Commemorative Edition 'Vettes will have special badging and polished aluminum wheels. The Z06 version will have a carbon-fiber hood, Le Mans stripes and "Z06 only" wheels. Other changes for 2004 include revised shock valving on the Z06.
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2004 Chevy Impala:
The supercharged Impala SS joins the lineup for 2004. Besides offering 240 horsepower, the SS features a tightened suspension to allow it to take corners with a bit more gusto. Base and LS models have redesigned bench and bucket seats, and a sport appearance package is now available on the base sedan.
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2004 Chevy Malibu:
The midsize Malibu has been totally redesigned for 2004. It now rides on an entirely new vehicle platform and offers a more powerful V6 along with must-have safety features like side curtain airbags and adjustable pedals.
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2004 Chevy Malibu Maxx:
Based on the 2004 Chevy Malibu, the Malibu Maxx is an all-new vehicle. A cross between a sedan and a wagon, it's designed to give midsize car buyers a little more space so that they don't have to resort to an SUV.
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2004 Chevy Monte Carlo:
In an attempt to revive Monte Carlo's performance image, Chevrolet adds a supercharged SS version for 2004. The LS gets new 17-inch aluminum wheels, and there are a couple new appearance packages, Sport and Winner's Circle, available on the LS and non-supercharged SS.
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2004 Chevy SSR:
Part roadster. Part pickup. Pure joyride. It's the new Chevy SSR a vehicle that transforms from a fully-enclosed roadster to convertible in less than 30 seconds. Standard features include a 300-horsepower Vortec 5300 aluminum small block V8, a power retractable hardtop, cast-aluminum 19-inch front and 20-inch rear wheels and ZQ8 Sport Suspension with a rear five-link design.
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