2004 Chevrolet Optra5
GM of Canada will add another model to its Korean-built Chevrolet Optra four-door lineup this spring when it brings a front-drive hatchback to market at $16,190 for the base model and $17,800 for an LS trim.
This unique-to-Canada model, called the Optra5, is meant to give the Oshawa-based firm an advantage over such compact models as Ford Focus, Hyundai Elantra and Toyota Matrix and because it has the lowest sticker prices in the segment.
''This hatchback offers the same impressive list of features as the Optra sedan,'' says Comeau, ''plus more functionality and a distinctive exterior and interior design.''
The exterior of the Optra5 is supposed to ''feature an international design with a luxurious yet muscular appearance,'' says Comeau, ''with unique all-new sheet metal makes the statement of sporty youthful styling.''
For those wanting to make a bold statement, Comeau adds, the Optra5 offers an available Appearance Package featuring unique 15-inch aluminum wheels, rear spoiler, leather steering wheel and shifter knob, steering wheel radio controls, molded mud guards, power sunroof and an eight-speaker stereo.
The five-seat Optra5 interior has a two-tone dash with deluxe silver metallic instrument panel, and round heating/cooling vents.
Standard equipment on the base Optra5 includes a four-speaker AM/FM/CD, tilt steering, intermittent wipers, and 60/40 split rear seat.
Air conditioning, power windows, remote door locks, and cruise control are standard on LS models.
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