The 2024 Chevrolet Aveo Debuts For Mexico As A New Entry-Level Model

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People in the United States may be familiar with the Chevrolet Aveo as the brand’s entry-level model during the 2000s. The nameplate persists in Mexico, and a new version arrives there for the 2024 model year. Sales start in the first half of 2023.

In Mexico, the Aveo is currently available as a four-door sedan, but the new generation only comes as a five-door hatchback. Compared to the existing version (see below), the next generation car featured a more angular styling, giving it a more modern look. Headlights are slimmer and blockier. On the back, the beltline crinkles upwards, which makes the tail appear sharper. The rear features a simulated diffuser.

2024 Chevrolet Aveo
2022 Chevrolet Aveo Mexico

Chevy hasn’t released photos of the 2024 Aveo’s interior or gone into specifics about the trim levels available. The company says the vehicle is equipped with six airbags and has seat belt warnings for front and rear passengers.

Aveo currently has a cabin that is quite haunted. Available facilities include a 4.2-inch infotainment screen and automatic climate control.

The model’s powertrain is another aspect that Chevy hasn’t discussed yet. For reference, the Aveo currently in Mexico comes with a 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine that produces 107 horsepower (80 kilowatts) and 104 pound-feet (141 Newton-meters) of torque. Buyers can choose a five-speed manual or a four-speed automatic to drive the front wheels.

Like its previous US role, the Aveo is Chevy’s most basic car available in Mexico. Prices there for the existing model start at 276,400 Mexican pesos ($13,965 at current exchange rates). Onix and Cavalier comprise the automaker’s other four-door sedan lineups in the country.

In the US, Chevrolet has a rapidly dwindling lineup of cars. Spark got the axe, and there’s some evidence that Malibu won’t be around for long either. The Camaro also has an uncertain future.