Chevy Aveo Lights
Manufactured in 2002 as a new generation of small cars based on a then-new T200 platform, the Chevrolet Aveo was marketed worldwide in 120 countries under six brands (Chevrolet, Pontiac, Daewoo, Holden, ZAZ, and Suzuki.) The first generation Aveo was known as the Daewoo Kalos in many countries. The second generation of the car was launched in 2011 and marketed globally as the Chevrolet Aveo, while drivers in North America, the Middle East, Chile, Japan, Mexico, and many other countries know it under the name of the Chevrolet Sonic.
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- Sylvania®Headlight Replacement Bulbsfrom $26.25
- Lumen®7440 / 992 PlaZma LED Bulbsfrom $29.95
- Replace®Replacement Headlightfrom $170.16
- TYC®Replacement Tail Lightfrom $64.12
- Sherman®Replacement Tail Lightfrom $152.74
- Spec-D®Black Halo Projector Headlights with LEDsfrom $172.85
- Anzo®Clear LED Tail Lightsfrom $272.38
- Winjet®- Round Clear Roof Fog Lampfrom $60.76
Customize your Chevy Aveo with a set of extra bright headlights, put some flash on the back of your vehicle with custom tail lights, or add a little individuality with a stylish 3rd brake light. Designed not only to complement the look of your Chevy Aveo, but also assist in safe driving, all lights from our comprehensive collection meet the highest quality standards and are guaranteed to operate under harsh weather conditions. Save time and personalize your vehicle with CARiD.
| Posted by Gary | (La Plata, MD)
First of all, the LEDs are only for the brake light – the turn and back-up signals use the OEM light bulbs. This fact is only revealed if you look very closely at the picture of the backside of the assembly (note the empty socket holes). The description leads you to believe it is a full LED assembly, which it is not. To use the assembly, the two brake-light plugs must be reversed (the “flat” plug must be moved to the center position and the larger center plug must be moved to the top position). This requires the locking tabs for the plugs to be “re-engineered” to accept the different bulb plug. Once past the engineering limitations, the unit looks good and the brake light LEDs function as advertised. The main distraction is the fact that you will not get that “all LED” look like you see on the new model cars.