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  1. Join Date
    Jun 2006
    Chevrolet Aveo

    Aveo 1.2L M/T Php. 550,000.00
    Aveo 1.5 LS M/T Php. 640,000.00
    Aveo 1.5 LS A/T Php. 680,000.00
    kia Rio

    Rio 1.4L M/T Php. 530,000.00

    Ready... Fight...:boxing1:

  2. Join Date
    Jan 2006
    Quote Originally Posted by chuaed View Post
    Chevrolet Aveo

    Aveo 1.2L M/T Php. 550,000.00
    Aveo 1.5 LS M/T Php. 640,000.00
    Aveo 1.5 LS A/T Php. 680,000.00
    Those are the hatchback models..

    The Aveo sedan sold here(if I remember correctly is an LT) has a stronger 94hp 1.4 liter DOHC engine.
    Same prices as the upgraded Aveo 1.5 LS hatchback.
    Aveo 1.4 sedan M/T P640,000
    Aveo 1.4 sedan A/T P680,000

    RP spec model looks close to this one...

    The Rio sedan sold here is the low end model(no airbag, no ABS, comes with steel wheels etc), while the Aveo sedan sold here is the higher spec model(standard dual-airbags, ABS, power-features, alloy wheels etc).
    Last edited by AG4; October 9th, 2006 at 05:18 AM.

  3. Join Date
    Sep 2006
    ganda ng aveo pla.. sayang mahal.

  4. Join Date
    Mar 2005
    that's the light green color that is displayed at MoA. chevy for me.

  5. Join Date
    Jul 2006
    Based on existing threads...

    For the product - Rio
    For the service - Aveo

    Kaya tingnan mo na lang ano mas importante sayo....

  6. Join Date
    Dec 2003
    aveo looks better

  7. Join Date
    Sep 2006
    ^agree. it has this "ooomph" factor.

  8. Join Date
    Oct 2002
    If you must have ABS and SRS, the Aveo is your only choice among the two.

    If you need a product with some semblance of third party support, the Rio is your ticket.
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  9. Join Date
    Oct 2002
    consumo kaya, baka 1.4 pero 1.8 ang konsumo hehe.

  10. Join Date
    Aug 2004
    Really hard to compare the two, because they come in very different trim levels and price points. But I give kudos to Chevrolet for offering safety features not often found at this price point.

    The Kia Rio competes with the bare-bones 1.3s of other manufacturers, while the Chevy Aveo takes a broad swipe at both the entry-level and the high-end subcompacts of the Japanese.

    Those who want the safety features of the 1.5-class subcompacts, but who want an engine a little more economical and a little less exciting might be drawn to the Aveo.

    Only time will tell if the car's reliability and fuel economy are good, but I'm hopeful. Remember, this isn't the Optra... the Spark gets very good fuel economy, and the Aveo hatch is decent... let's wait and see what this one will do.

    Ang pagbalik ng comeback...

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