Staying Alive In Compact Car Race

Compact cars are invading the fuel-conscious market. Honda Accord and Civic, Ford Taurus and Toyota Camry have trailed behind the Cavalier in the year 2000 in terms of sales in the United States. Introduced as a 1982 model a year earlier, Cavalier is built to compete with quality Japanese imports. The patriot’s core leading the new American Revolution Grudge Racing at General Motors could afford to smile because Cavalier still wears the yellow jersey.

From 1982 to 2005, Cavalier is leading its team in the compact car market. The team composes the variant Chevy models in the compact car category, which includes the Corvair, Vega, Monza, Chevette and now the 2008 Cobalt. The front-wheel drive Cavalier changed the course of the race until its last production in 2005.

Cavalier was renamed as the Vauxhall in the United Kingdom, a version of Opel Ascona C series. General Motors’ J-cars are offered in all five US divisions, as well as in Britain, Germany and Australia. In Mexico, the Cavalier was renamed Pontiac Sunbird before Pontiac was introduced there in 1992.

Cavalier is powered by either a 1.8 L or a 2.0 L I4-series of General Motor’s engine. Another variant is sporting a powerful 2.8 L V6 engine.

So get yourself always ready to stay alive in the race. Get an amulet that goes with the power of your fuel-efficient car. Have faith in a lovely Chevy Cavalier Keychains that can take care very well of your very important key. Sooner or later, you will be tapped in the shoulder by a stranger who will ask you what is the password of the secret society espousing a new American Revolution. Speak nothing; just show them the keychain and you are in.

An oval white metal design, topped with a crystallite blue dome marked with the Chevy logo and the model name “Cavalier” will truly make your key stand out. There are also genuine leather variants designed with Gold and Silver plates, and another variant which is a circular Chrome plate, all topped with the same gem-like blue domes bearing Chevy logo and the model name “Cavalier”.

Cavalier’s successor, the Cobalt, continued its legacy in the compact car arena. The 2008 Cobalt’s 2.2L ECOTEC engine was subjected to the toughest and most comprehensive tests by General Motors. It is also designed to get rid of maintenance hassles for 5 years or 150,000 miles before the coolant is replaced. Under favorable driving conditions, the automatic transmission fluid need not be replaced at 100,000 miles. Below the RPM gauge in the dashboard, Cobalt has a featured General Motor’s Oil Life Monitor in digital display reminding how many percent is remaining in the life of your engine’s oil. The Oil Life Monitor’s calculation is based on programmed parameters that approximate the engine oil’s useful life.