The North American Chevrolet Aveo was a subcompact car sold by General Motors (GM) since 2002 to 2011. It was first made by GM Korea (formerly GMDAT). Now it is made by GM in many places, except North America. The North American Aveo was replaced by the Chevrolet Sonic in 2011.
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The car was first sold as the Daewoo Kalos from 1999-2002. It was later sold as a Chevrolet model when General Motors bought the company. Chevrolet replaced the Suzuki based Metro with this car. In 2004 it was sold by Pontiac, Chevrolet, Suzuki and Holden. In other countries different names were used. These include the Chevrolet Kalos, Chevrolet Lova, ZAZ Vida and Pontiac G3. In 2005 a freshened sedan was introduced, this time made by fellow GM automaker Adam Opel AG. This was followed by a Malibu-based hatchback. In 2012 the second generation Aveo was renamed the Sonic. The sonic has several design changes. The Chevrolet Sonic name is used in North America. The same design is sold as the Holden Barina in Australasia. However, the car is still sold as Aveo in other parts of the world.
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- Travis OKulski (15 February 2013). "2013 Chevy Sonic RS: The Jalopnik Review". Jalopnik. Retrieved 14 January 2015.
- Michael White (12 December 2010). "Spotter's Guide: 2012 Chevrolet Sonic Vs. Chevy Aveo". Green Car Reports. Archived from the original on 4 March 2016. Retrieved 2 June 2015.
- James R. Healey (9 December 2010). "GM's Chevrolet Aveo renamed Sonic". USA Today. Retrieved 2 June 2015.
- Mike Stevens (10 January 2011). "2012 Barina Makes US Debut As Chevrolet Sonic". TMR (Australia). Archived from the original on 4 March 2016. Retrieved 2 June 2015.
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