This statement most likely appeals more so to the median age of the GM Authority staff than to the entire readership at large, but everyone knew that someone with a Chevrolet Cavalier.
The epitome of starter car, the frugal transporter and the staple of driver’s education; the Cavalier holds a weird and special place among the automotive timeline.
And, in this episode of Regular Car Reviews, Mr. Regular himself discusses why that is. Why the Chevy Cavalier is an over-engineered, lack-luster small car that encompasses every ounce of nostalgia from the late 1990s and early 2000s.
Is the Cavalier a good car? No. Does it look good? Subjective. But the video is well worth your time for a laugh, and the usual epiphany ending of each RCR video.
And, if you weren’t aware, you’ll also learn about the JDM Chevrolet Cavalier, built for Toyota in left-hand drive configuration.