Hi,I had my Aveo LT in June 2017. It had 120k miles and just recently had the top end replaced after timing snap. Overall, it was a good purshace since it consumes less fuel and parts are much cheaper when compare to by cherokee.
This last week, I paid $2500 for a 2009 LS sedan with 120k. The car is tight and in very good condition inside and out. Had just been serviced and new tires put on. Looks and drives like it has only 40k on it.
We picked up ours last April. Had 137k on it. Now has 149k. They wanted $2900 for it. I sicked my wife on them. Walked(drove) out with it for $2000 after taxes and fees. Has saved us plenty of $ just on fuel. Plus it's a good little car to teach the wife and in-laws how to drive.
I bought my used 2004 Chevy Aveo (67k miles), fully equipped with broken timing belt and bent valves, for $50. Inside the Aveo I found recyclables and office supplies I was able to return for cash value bringing my total purchase to $17. Score!! Cost about $450 to get it going again.
I just bought an 06 hatch, 5 speed with 120k on it last week. Paid 1900 for it. Has had new timing belt, 4 tires, brakes, suspension on all 4 corners within 20,000 miles. It needs a valve cover gasket in a bad way, the slave cylinder blew out when I was driving it home from the purchase (fairly easy/cheap fix) and now the CEL is on. Seems to be running fine so hopefully it's just a sensor. If it runs well it should pay for itself in fuel savings vs my Nissan Titan in no time.