Chevrolet aveo5 2009

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New for 2009

  • New exterior and interior for the Aveo5
  • 1.6L Ecotec engine with variable valve timing and 106 hp (79 kW) standard on all models
  • GM Oil L ife monitoring system
  • OnStar standard on all models
  • XM Satellite Radio available
  • Enhanced driver information center
  • New 15-inch alloy wheels
  • Three new exterior colors: Black Granite Metallic, Blue Moon and Tahiti Green
  • Interior trim revisions, including available Charcoal leatherette
  • Variable intermittent windshield wipers
  • New spoiler for Aveo5
  • Enhanced ergonomic controls and features

Product Information

2009 CHEVROLET AVEO: NEW, MORE POWERFUL ENGINE INCREASES FUN FACTOR WHILE MAINTAINING EFFICIENCY

The fuel-efficient Chevrolet Aveo is an uncompromising performer, with a great design, a smooth, safe driving experience and amenities that are rare in the segment. For 2009, a more powerful engine, the 1.6L Gen 3 Ecotec, is standard in all models, delivering more usable horsepower with the same great fuel efficiency.

“Aveo characterizes the Chevrolet mission of delivering a great-looking, fun-to-drive car that is fuel efficient,” said Ed Peper, Chevrolet general manager. “Its great fuel economy continues to be a smart choice for customers seeking solutions to the dependence on petroleum, as the Aveo offers the fuel efficiency of many hybrid vehicles.”

The 2009 Aveo lineup includes the sedan and Aveo5 – a sporty five-door hatchback that is redesigned on the outside and inside. The new design features Chevy’s bold, global front-end design with refined details including prominent, Malibu-inspired grilles separated by a bowtie emblem.

Both the Aveo sedan and Aveo5 offer smart-looking styling and roomy interiors characterized by thoughtful details and refinement. They also deliver confident, dynamic driving experiences and offer generous features usually seen in more expensive cars, challenging the expectations of what an entry-level car can deliver.

In addition to the more powerful standard Ecotec engine and the Aveo5’s new look, the ’09 Aveo lineup includes the following new or revised features:

  • OnStar standard on all models
  • XM Satellite Radio available
  • Revised driver information center with outside temperature display and fuel economy/driving range function
  • New 15-inch aluminum alloy five-spoke wheels
  • New 15-inch steel wheel with bolt-on wheel cover (standard on Aveo sedan with the 2LT package)
  • Three new exterior colors: Black Granite Metallic, Blue Moon and Tahiti Green
  • New Charcoal leatherette seating
  • Available leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob (included with leatherette seating)
  • Revised LS/1LT/2LT trim lineup
  • Auxiliary input jack included on all radios
  • GM Oil L ife monitoring system
  • More powerful 95-amp alternator
  • Variable intermittent windshield wipers
  • New spoiler for Aveo5
  • Enhanced ergonomic controls and features

Aveo sedan lineup and features

The Aveo sedan is high in style and progressive in attitude. It features crisp, sculpted lines and a wide, confident stance. The design skillfully creates the illusion of a larger car through such attributes as contoured side feature lines that rise from front to rear, pronounced “shoulders” over the wheel openings and body-color door sills.

Aveo sedan’s V-shaped hood lines point to its distinctively Chevy front fascia, which boasts a chrome-accented grille with prominent cross bar and iconic gold bowtie emblem. The sedan’s dynamic look is highlighted by premium cues, including three-dimensional, richly detailed headlamps that extend into the hood, available front fog lamps and bold, round taillamps.

The 2009 Aveo sedan and Aveo5 are available in LS, 1LT and 2LT models. Each model offers many standard features, such as standard side-impact air bags, and a wide range of optional equipment.

Aveo LS standard features include:

  • Power rack-and-pinion steering
  • Variable intermittent windshield wipers
  • Dual-stage frontal driver and passenger air bags and seat-mounted side-impact air bags
  • Body-color outside rearview mirrors and door handles
  • AM/FM stereo with auxiliary input jack (for an iPod or other device)
  • Driver’s seat with fold-down armrest, manual height adjuster and manual lumbar adjuster
  • Fully reclining front seats
  • 60/40 split-folding rear seats with height-adjustable head restraints for outboard passengers
  • Tilt steering wheel
  • Front head restraints with convenience hooks
  • Rear window defogger
  • Sunglass holder
  • Driver and front passenger seatback map pockets
  • Interior fuel door and trunk releases

Aveo sedan powertrain, chassis and suspension options include an Aisin four-speed automatic transmission with Hold Control Mode that gives the driver the ability to manually shift gears, and four-channel anti-lock brakes (ABS) with electronic brake force distribution. Additional LS options include:

  • Engine oil pan heater for easier starting in extreme-cold climates
  • Provisions for dealer-installed air conditioning system

The uplevel Aveo 1LT offers the standard features on the LS model, as well as the following:

  • Air conditioning
  • AM/FM stereo with CD/MP3 player and six-speaker premium sound system
  • Floor mats

Aveo 1LT options include the four-speed automatic transmission, ABS, XM Satellite Radio, a trunk-mounted rear spoiler with CHMSL and a power and convenience package that includes power windows, locks, remote keyless entry, alarm system, and cruise control.

The 2LT includes the standard equipment of the 1LT model, but adds key comfort and convenience features, including:

  • Heated power outside rearview mirrors
  • Power windows, locks, remote keyless entry, and alarm system
  • Cruise control
  • Deluxe cloth seat fabric
  • Steering wheel-mounted audio controls
  • XM Satellite Radio

Other 2LT standard equipment includes 15-inch wheels, fog lamps, and, on the Aveo sedan, chrome exterior door handles. 2LT options include the four-speed automatic transmission, leatherette seating (including a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob), ABS, rear spoiler and a premium power sunroof.

Aveo5 lineup and features

The Aveo5’s signature “tall car” design boasts smooth lines and short front and rear overhangs that give it a bold personality. It was conceived for maximum versatility and practicality, such as the convenience of easy access for both front and rear passengers, and the versatility of a hatchback configuration with ample cargo space that can reach all the way to the front of the cabin.

New exterior styling for 2009 includes a front-end design that leaves no doubt that the Aveo5 is a contemporary Chevy. Signature, Malibu-inspired upper and lower grilles are flanked by sweeping headlamps that give this small car big attitude. At the rear, a lower fascia insert and roof-mounted spoiler complete the sporty look.

The Aveo5 offers the same standard equipment and options as the sedan, with the following differences:

  • Aveo5 has a standard rear wiper/washer
  • Aveo5 offers standard 60/40 flip-and-fold seats; Aveo sedan 60/40 seats fold, but do not flip
  • Aveo sedan has standard inside trunk release

Refined interior

Aveo sedan and Aveo5’s cabins reflect a youthful interpretation of refinement. A “tall car” design and generous dimension offer ample interior space – capable of accommodating passengers more than 6 feet tall in each of the five seating positions. A combination of sound-dampening technologies and aerodynamics provides a quiet and comfortable ride, even at higher speeds.

The interiors were designed for maximum comfort and convenience, which is evidenced in elements such as the standard folding driver’s armrest and lower-profile rear-seat headrests. Additional conveniences include dual visor vanity mirrors, a sunglass holder on the driver side headliner, door and seatback storage pockets; and clever hooks, located on headrest posts, that can hold items such as backpacks or shopping bags.

Theater-style rear seating provides a commanding view for all passengers. A fully reclining front passenger seat and a 60/40-split folding rear seat expand Aveo sedan’s interior cargo capacity, enabling long items, such as skis, to be carried between the trunk and passenger compartment. The trunk offers 12.4 cubic feet (350 L) of storage space. The spacious Aveo5 hatchback offers up to 37.2 cubic feet (1,053 L) of cargo space with the rear seats folded.

Aveo sedan’s radios are derived from GM’s family of premium radio systems, distinguished by upscale appearance, simplicity of operation and range of features and capabilities. An auxiliary input jack for iPods, satellite radio accessories and other devices is standard on all radios. The base radio is an AM/FM stereo with four speakers. A CD/MP3-capable ratio with six-speaker sound system is available, as are steering wheel audio controls. XM Satellite Radio is available.

A dynamic driving experience

Chevy Aveo models are engineered and validated for a broad range of driving and road conditions around the world and tuned for a dynamic, well-planted driving experience. The suspension system features a MacPherson strut front suspension with coil springs and stabilizer bar, and an independent, torsion beam axle-mount compound link-type rear suspension with gas-charged shocks. Power-assisted, variable-rate rack-and-pinion steering is standard. The steering gear is mounted on the front suspension cross member for precise action and stability.

Power-assisted front disc and rear drum brakes are standard ; a four-channel ABS system is available. The four-sensor system – one at each wheel – incorporates electronic brake force distribution, which balances braking performance based on such factors as road conditions and the weight of passengers and/or cargo.

Drive-enhancing features of the Aveo also include:

  • A wide, solid stance and long wheelbase (97.6 inches / 2479 mm) with a front tread of 57.1 inches and rear tread of 56.3 inches deliver a smooth, confident, stable ride. This wide footprint is among the best in class, making the car very surefooted, imparting a sense of confidence and stability among driver and passengers.
  • A 17-mm front stabilizer bar combined with higher rate front springs and more highly damped front shocks minimize the amount of vehicle roll and increase the roll damping to provide more precise control for the driver. The suspension bushings also contribute to the precise handling control. This fully retuned suspension package provides a distinctively European-style performance and feel.
  • Valve tuning in the rack and pinion hydraulic-assist steering system is consistent with the suspension tuning to provide more precise control.

Fifteen-inch, five-spoke aluminum wheels are standard on Aveo sedan LT and available on LS (including Aveo5). Fourteen-inch steel wheels with a bolt-on wheel cover are standard on LS, while new 15-inch wheels and wheel covers are standard on 2LT models.

Responsive powertrain

Powering the Aveo lineup is an enhanced version of GM’s sophisticated 16-valve DOHC four-cylinder engine. This 1.6L Ecotec engine features variable valve timing for optimal power and fuel efficiency. It is rated at 106 horsepower (79 kW) and 107 lb.-ft. of torque (148 Nm). Technologies such as electronic throttle control and an electrically controlled thermostat to help maximize performance and efficiency across the rpm range. It also features an integrated oil cooler with piston spray nozzles.

The engine also features long-life and environmentally friendly features, including a timing belt designed to last 100,000 miles and replaceable cartridge-type oil filter rather than a conventional, spin-on metal can filter.

A smooth-shifting, five-speed manual transmission is standard on all models and an Aisin four-speed automatic transmission is available. It features a segment-exclusive Hold Control Mode that helps reduce wheel spin and traction loss on slick roads by allowing the driver to select and hold a higher gear, reducing torque to the wheels. It enables sportier driving operation by allowing the driver to control shift points similar to manual transmission operation.

Aveo meets the ULEV II emissions standard, which – along with its outstanding fuel economy – makes it one of the cleanest, most economical vehicles available in North America.

Safe and secure

The Aveo sedan and Aveo5 are supported by a comprehensive system of safety and security technologies designed to meet safety standards in markets around the globe.

Aveo’s safety starts with a high-strength steel structure that creates a safety cage around the passenger compartment. The structure has been engineered to help maintain passenger compartment integrity and features tailor-welded blanks, a feature not typically found on vehicles in the segment.

All models include standard advanced dual-stage frontal air bags and the Passenger Sensing System. The dual-stage frontal air bags deploy at different levels, depending on the severity of the crash. Standard seat-mounted side-impact air bags provide additional head and thorax protection.

Additional safety and security features include:

  • Tire pressure monitoring system
  • Daytime running lamps (DRLs)
  • Front safety belt pretensioners with front-load limiters
  • Height-adjustable shoulder belt anchors
  • Lower Anchors and Tether for CHildren (LATCH) child seat attachment system in the rear seats
  • Rear child safety door locks
  • Emergency hatch release inside the trunk
  • Fuel door lock with remote release feature
  • Available engine immobilizer theft-deterrent system
  • Available four-channel ABS

Aveo around the world

The Aveo lineup attracts the highest rate of first-time buyers of any GM vehicle, providing a great opportunity to earn these customers’ long-term loyalty. Like the small, premium-car Cobalt family and the HHR small crossover vehicle, Aveo also generates a high number of conquest sales.

The Aveo is making inroads around the world and is sold in more than 120 countries under several nameplates (primarily under the Chevrolet brand). It is the top-selling car produced by GM Daewoo in Korea (GMDAT). Nearly three-quarters of the vehicles produced by GMDAT are Chevrolet models. The number is steadily rising as the expertise and quality record of GM’s Korean subsidiary and Chevy’s tradition of “more than expected” value increasingly resonate around the globe.

The Aveo is the top-selling Chevy model in Europe and is a great contributor to the brand’s global expansion.

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Introduction

Chevrolet’s entry-level car is available as a homely-looking sedan or an altogether more attractive five-door wagon (the Aveo5). Built by GM’s Daewoo subsidiary in Korea, the Aveo is fitted with a 106-hp, 1.6-liter inline four-cylinder engine mated to a five-speed manual transmission or an optional four-speed automatic, the latter of which is only available on LT models. The Aveo sedan was redesigned in 2007, and the sedan models have continued on relatively unchanged since. The Aveo5 receives an interior and exterior styling update for 2009, differentiating it from the sedan considerably. Both body styles are available in LS, 1LT, and 2LT trim levels.

Verdict

The base Aveo LS model forgoes such basic features as air conditioning and power windows to get in at a starting price of $12,625. An Aveo outfitted with power windows, anti-lock brakes, air conditioning, and an automatic transmission will cost more than $16,000, for which one could get a Honda Fit—and the Fit is superior in every way, particularly if one enjoys driving. The Aveo is, however, well made and roomy, although the engine is underpowered and becomes coarse as the revs rise. Fuel economy is average for the class, with estimated EPA figures of 27 mpg in the city and 34 mpg on the highway for manual models, but not stellar, considering the Aveo’s size.

Click here to read our full review of the Chevrolet Aveo

What’s New for 2009

The Aveo gets a revised driver-information center that now shows outside temperature and fuel economy. GM’s OnStar system is now standard, along with an auxiliary input jack on all radios. XM satellite radio is now available, as are new five-spoke aluminum 15-inch wheels. The Aveo5 gets new interior and exterior styling.

Highlights and Recommendations

The Aveo and the Aveo5 are available in three trim levels. Each carries the same price tag regardless of body style, making the Aveo5 the more-car-for-the-buck bargain.

The base LS is, well, pretty basic, starting at less than $13,000. Side airbags are included, along with a stereo with an audio input jack, a tilting steering wheel, and variable intermittent windshield wipers. Few options are offered on this model, but it’s a decent choice for budget-conscious buyers who are willing to make several sacrifices. It’s worth noting for such people that the Nissan Versa and the Hyundai Accent have models that carry base prices of about $10,500.

Opting for air conditioning requires a move to the 1LT model, adding a little over a grand to the bill. Anti-lock brakes and power accessories can be added as options, as can the automatic transmission. Choosing an auto-equipped 1LT makes the most sense if you plan to use the Aveo as a no-frills commuter vehicle, providing, as it does, an acceptable level of comfort.

The 2LT, which comes in at about $16,000, is the most uplevel Aveo. It includes power mirrors, door locks, and windows; 15-inch wheels; steering-wheel-mounted audio controls; remote keyless entry; and cruise control as standard equipment. An optional leatherette package covers the seats and steering wheel. Alloy wheels and a sunroof can also be spec’d. With a price this high, it makes more sense to shop competitors such as the Honda Fit and Nissan Versa, both of which provide utility and a better driving experience.

Safety

The Aveo gets dual front side airbags in addition to the standard front bags, but curtain airbags aren’t offered—a glaring oversight. Anti-lock brakes are a $440 option on 1LT and 2LT models. There is no traction or stability control on offer.

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 “Chevrolet is committed to fuel solutions of all types, and the new Aveo5 demonstrates that gasoline remains viable in a highly efficient, affordable package,” said Ed Peper, Chevrolet general manager. “It is a terrific value, with a worry-free ownership experience that has the lowest ownership cost of any vehicle on the market, yet it packs all of Chevy’s fun-to-drive spirit.”

The new ’09 Aveo5 reaffirms the brand’s value position and builds on it with features expected in larger, more expensive cars – such as standard OnStar and available XM Satellite Radio – as well as its signature “tall car” design that enables surprising passenger and cargo room. It is powered by a new, fuel-sipping, 1.6L DOHC engine with variable valve timing that produces more power (107 hp / 80 kW) and strong torque (106-lb.-ft. / 143 Nm) – and has been tuned for quieter performance.

“Customers will be surprised by the ‘big’ features of the Aveo5 – big room, big style, big refinement and, of course, big fuel economy,” said Peper. “It is a flexible car that provides untold capabilities, with cargo features and flexibility that change as your needs change.”

Indeed, the Aveo5’s efficiency and flexibility go hand in hand. With its improved fuel economy among the best on the market using regular gasoline, the ’09 Aveo5 can travel more than 400 miles (643 km) between fill-ups, resulting in fewer trips to the gas station and road trips that require fewer stops.

The Aveo5 goes on sale in mid-2008, joining the recently redesigned Aveo sedan. It is available in base, LS and LT trims – each backed by a “worry free” five-year/100,000-mile transferable powertrain warranty, plus Roadside Assistance and Courtesy Transportation.

Bold, tall-car design

The Aveo5’s dynamic, contemporary styling represents the global face of Chevrolet design. Redesigned, body-color fascias and chrome accents suggest a more expensive car, along with available features – such as its large power sunroof – that are unexpected in the segment, Aveo5 retains its characteristic “tall car” configuration, enabling a spacious interior, with generous headroom that is greater than many midsize sedans.

The front of the new Aveo5 features the bold, chrome-finished grille – with prominent gold Chevy bowtie – that is characteristic of all new members of the Chevrolet family, such as the Malibu. It is complemented with features that reinforce Aveo5’s premium appearance, including new and distinctive chrome-finished side vents on the front fenders and jeweled-appearance headlamps.

The Aveo5’s sleek styling accents longer, wider and taller dimensions, with sculpted lines and a wide, confident stance. Pronounced “shoulders” over the wheel openings and body-color door sills convey the look of a larger car. A more assertive, dynamic look is accomplished with crisp, V-shaped hood edges, bold front and rear fascias with premium cues, such as larger, available front fog lamps; a rear-fascia lower grille; and a larger available rear spoiler located on the trailing edge of the roof.

Ten exterior colors are available. They include: Summit White, Black Granite Metallic, Sport Red, Victory Red, Blue Moon, Bright Blue, Tahiti Green, Cosmic Silver, Medium Gray and Summer Yellow.

Roomy environment

The Aveo5’s exterior is complemented by a quiet passenger cabin that features well-crafted details and generous standard features that enhance comfort. It is one of the most spacious vehicles in its class, with features and refinement comparable to more expensive vehicles.

With its signature “tall car” design, the Aveo5’s generous dimensions easily accommodate 6-foot-tall passengers in each of the five seating positions. It also is a quiet interior environment, with soundproofing technologies that complement quieting powertrain enhancements and improved aerodynamics to provide a quiet, comfortable and vibration-free ride, even at higher speed.

Attention to comfort is evidenced in elements such as standard driver’s seat armrests. Also, theater-style rear seating provides a commanding view for all passengers. A 60/40-split rear seat expands Aveo5’s interior cargo capacity; and when more cargo-carrying capability is required, the rear seat can be flipped and folded, offering 42 cu. ft. (1,189 L) of cargo space.

Refined, well-appointed interior

The interior’s contemporary appearance is achieved through sleek lines and the clever use of rich materials, including a new, available two-tone, charcoal/light gray design (on charcoal interiors) that provides a premium look and feel. Other premium appearance elements include technical-grain, low-gloss surfaces; wood grain, satin-chrome or carbon-fiber finishes on the instrument panel and door panels; and even perforated faux leather seating surfaces, steering wheel cover and shifter knob.

Additionally, clever details abound, such as a sunglasses holder; door pockets for books and maps; and hooks that can secure shopping bags. Unexpected value is delivered through more standard and available features – features not typically found in the segment, including:

  • Fully reclining front seats with convenience hooks
  • Six-way-adjustable seats – plus driver lumbar adjustment
  • Tilting steering wheel
  • Driver information center
  • Oil Life Monitoring System
  • Cruise control
  • Power windows and locks
  • Heated, dual power body-color foldaway outside mirrors
  • On-key (no separate fob) remote keyless entry
  • Air conditioning with cabin filtration
  • Large, power-operated sunroof

 

Audio systems

Aveo5 LS models offer a standard AM/FM, four-speaker radio system, 36 presets and an auxiliary input jack for MP3 devices. An AM/FM radio with CD/MP3 capability (including an auxiliary input jack) and six-speaker sound system is standard on the LT and available on LS.

All Aveo5 radios are derived from GM’s new family of premium radio systems, which are distinguished by upscale appearance, simplicity of operation and range of features and capabilities. Steering wheel audio controls are standard on LT models

XM Satellite Radio – a popular choice among youthful customers – is standard on 1LT models and available on LS. It offers more than 100 channels of music, news, sports and entertainment. XM Satellite Radio must be activated and a subscription fee applies.

Ride and handling

The Aveo5 was developed for a dynamic, well-planted driving experience and fuel efficiency. It has a wide stance and long wheelbase (97.7 inches / 2,480 mm) to deliver a smooth, confident ride. A MacPherson strut front suspension and a torsion beam rear suspension (with gas-charged shocks) deliver refined ride and handling characteristics.

Power-assisted, variable-rate rack-and-pinion steering is standard, with the steering gear is mounted on the front suspension cross member for precise action and stability. Fourteen-inch wheels are standard, but sporty 15-inch alloy wheels are available.

As a global car, the Aveo5 was tested and validated for a broad range of driving and road conditions. The suspension system is inspired by the driving experiences of European sports sedans yet tuned for contemporary American driving tastes – a combination that delivers both smoothness and a responsive, spirited driving experience.

Powertrains

Supporting Aveo5’s responsive and economical driving experience is a new, Ecotec 1.6L DOHC four-cylinder powertrain. The sophisticated engine uses Dual Continuous Variable Cam Phasing – two continuously adjustable camshafts – to optimize the charge cycle for fuel economy and performance. As a result, this 16-valve DOHC engine delivers more horsepower than the previous engine, with ratings of 107 horsepower (80 kw)* and 106 lb.-ft. of torque (143 Nm)*, and nearly 8-percent improved fuel efficiency when compared to the previous Aveo5 model.

The new, 1.6L engine features additional technology highlights to improve fuel economy, quality, reliability and durability, including:

  • New four-in-one sheet metal exhaust manifold, with integrated catalytic converter and secondary underfloor catalytic converter
  • Engine oil cooler and piston oil squirters
  • New GM-corporate engine control system
  • Electronically controlled thermostat
  • Oil Life Monitoring System

Additionally, the engine is tuned for quieter performance, with a more pleasing sound during acceleration.

A smooth-shifting five-speed manual transmission is standard and an Aisin four-speed automatic with Hold Control Mode is available. Hold Control Mode is a special feature that helps reduce wheel spin and traction loss on slick roads by allowing the driver to select and hold a higher gear, thus reducing torque.

Safety features

A comprehensive system of safety and security technologies is designed to meet safety standards of markets around the globe. The Aveo5’s safety starts with a high-strength steel structure that creates a safety cage around the passenger compartment. The structure features strength-enhancing, tailor-welded blanks that help avoid protrusions into the passenger compartment.

The Aveo5 also comes standard with advanced dual-stage frontal air bags and the GM Passenger Sensing System, as well as standard h ead/thorax seat-mounted side air bags for front passengers. The head/thorax seat-mounted side air bags deploy during side impacts and are triggered by a sophisticated sensor system in the front doors.

The brake system on the Aveo5 is available with a four-channel ABS system. The four-sensor system – one at each wheel – incorporates electronic brake force distribution, which balances braking performance based on road conditions the weight of passengers and/or cargo.

Additional Aveo5 safety features include:

  • Front safety belt pretensioners
  • Energy-absorbing steering column
  • Knee bolsters
  • Height-adjustable shoulder belt anchors
  • Lower Anchors and Top Tether for Children (LATCH) for rear seats
  • Rear child safety door locks
  • Tire pressure monitoring system

All Aveo5 models come standard with OnStar Gen 7, which features advanced automatic crash notification, remote diagnostics and a monthly status report. OnStar provides the responsiveness of a trained operator to assist you at the touch of a button. From security features of operator directions, remote diagnostics, lockout service, roadside assistance to emergency response, OnStar offers the assistance you need when you need it. Aveo5 (and Aveo sedan) is the only car in its class with this safety and convenience feature.

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