When I was looking to buy an Eco at Kocourek Chevrolet in Wausau, was curious to see what was under that hatch in the trunk to learn if it could even carry a spare. Saw those two plastic tabs that had to be pulled out, I pulled the one out of the left, their salesman pulled the one out of the right, but broke it off.
I could lift my corner, his side was locked, so never did see what was under that cover. Do you even get a jack with the Eco? Anyway, that was a turn off for me with those cheap plastic tabs.
That coupled with an additional $1,500 GM Card expired the midnight before was even reason for me to walk out the door. In 2011, the 2LT only came with an automatic transmission. For a thousand extra, got four wheel disk brakes, leather interior, electrically heated seats, a better radio, power adjusted drivers seat, a spare tire, and a jack. But didn't add an extra thousand just for GPS with 180 bucks map up grades, two bucks worth of GPS chips, and a two buck touch screen.
Road construction is terrible, many detours, really no warnings that a road up ahead is closed, had to turn around and backtrack 14 miles. Uncovered stone carrying dump trucks flying around, don't give a **** if they see you coming just pull out in front of you, and you better slow down fast or get sprayed with rocks. But they have to repair all the road damage they did last winter pouring down all that road salt. I don't give a ****, just slow down and watch even an ant walking across the road, other drivers just don't seem to care. A young not so much of a lady gave me the finger. Well screw you too.