CHICAGO – Chevrolet takes on the bottom end of the market with the new Daewoo-based Chevrolet Aveo, set to compete against the Hyundai Accent, Kia Rio and Toyota Echo, while filling a niche left open since Chevy dropped the Metro. Bowing today at the Chicago Auto Show, the Aveo, which comes in two body styles, is based on the Daewoo Kalos subcompact. General Motors Corp. projects sales of 70,000 annually when it bows early next year as an ’04 model. The Kalos was introduced during the ...

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