Though it is Chevrolet's smallest car, the 2003 Chevrolet
Cavalier certainly doesn't have any inferiority problems.
This is especially true for 2003, as all models are given
the dependable Ecotec 2.2-liter L4 engine, resulting in
quickness out of the gate and long-lasting staying power.
Additional improvements to the Cavalier see its safety features
upgraded and its exterior splashed with a fresh new style.
New options are also available, adding to the impressive
number of changes 2003 models receive. Always improving
itself, the 2003 Chevrolet Cavalier is now even more appealing.
The 2003 Chevrolet Cavalier is offered in a two-door coupe
body and a four-door sedan body in three models. There is
a base model, an LS model and an LS Sport model, whose aim
is nothing less than high performance satisfaction.
Both coupes and sedans seat five. The base model offers
a good value without dropping the essentials. Air conditioning,
power steering, a mix of cloth-and-vinyl upholstery, front
bucket seats, a center console, an AM/FM radio, a digital
clock, a tachometer and a power remote decklid release are
all standard. The LS model adds cruise control, a tilt steering
wheel, cloth upholstery, power mirrors, windows and door
locks, remote keyless entry, an AM/FM/CD player and more.
The LS Sport differentiates itself from other models with
its performance package.
New for the 2003 Chevrolet Cavalier are some very practical
interior options. XM Satellite Radio is now available, a
digital radio system that basically guarantees a signal
no matter where you are. The OnStar system is another, providing
added security in the event of danger.
The 2003 Chevrolet Cavalier has perhaps the sportiest look
ever. Their new exterior features styled ground effects,
front fascia with fog lamps, rear fascia, headlamps, taillamps
and hood. The LS Sport model has new rocker moldings and
integrated fog lamps. Cavalier also offers chrome aluminum
wheels, specific body-color door handles, body-color exterior
mirror housings for power mirrors, leather-wrapped transmission
shift knob, steering wheel and high profile rear spoiler.
The 2003 Cavalier is capable and dependable in part thanks
to its standard engine. The Ecotec 2.2-liter L4 is able
to pump out a steady 140 horsepower at 5600 rpm and 150
lb-ft of torque at 4000 rpm. A primary feature of the Ecotec
is its quiet operation, as its design limits shaking and
noise. Both 4-speed automatic and 5-speed manual transmissions
are offered. The Cavalier's fuel economy is another attractive
selling point, as automatics get 24/32 mpg (city/hwy), while
manuals boast 25/33 mpg (city/hwy).
LS Sport models are designed for a little more of the rough
stuff. They are given a standard package that includes sport
suspension, 205/55R16 tires and chrome alloy wheels.
Safety and Security
Safety and security features have been improved as well.
Along with the available OnStar system, a center rear three-point
seat belt and optional front driver and passenger seat-mounted
torso air bags with thorax protection (side impact airbags)
are new for 2003. Dual front airbags are present across
all models, while LS models have standard antilock brakes.
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