Used 2009 Chevrolet Cobalt Pricing. Shevrolet cobalt


Chevrolet Cobalt - Overview - CarGurus

Available Now

If you believe a car should just "get you there," the Cobalt is for you. Completely unremarkable in almost every regard, the Chevrolet Cobalt stands out by standing in.

However, two points about the Cobalt make it a perfect fit for a teen’s first car or general-purpose “beater.” The Cobalt simplifies safe driving with an excessively large body and responsive handling. For less than $15,000, this is a car to get you from Point A to Point B without so much as a raised eyebrow on the street or in your wallet.

The 2010 Cobalt’s 2.2-liter, 155-hp inline four-cylinder (I4) engine snags between 24 and 37 mpg, depending on the trim and transmission. The most baseline trim, the XFE (or “extra fuel economy”), only has a manual transmission and doesn't have some of the basic amenities most folks expect from a modern car (sorry, no air conditioning), but it gets the best mileage at 25 mpg city and 37 highway.

In the sporty SS, the five-speed manual coupled with a 260-hp 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine nets 24/33, and the automatic available in the LS and LT does a bit better at 25/35, but like most automatics it downshifts a bit slowly.

The LS, the next trim up from the XFE, is more of what you would typically expect from a modern car. With filtered air conditioning, a CD player, XM radio, and a tilt steering wheel, it’s nothing more than most people need. Above that, the LT and SS are fully powered with cruise control, keyless entry, OnStar, leather interior and a Pioneer stereo.

Ride and handling are about what you would expect from "just a car." The suspension is smooth with responsive steering, but it certainly doesn’t like tight curves. The low-rolling-resistance tires on the XFE will let out a squeal before you've gone too far - nothing dangerous unless you count the foot between your butt and seat the first time you hear it.

Although the Cobalt has enough headroom for a 6-foot person, its seating and seatbelts aren't exactly built for that. This is a true compact car with small, hard seats and little room to spare in the back as well - don’t bother trying to squeeze in more than 2 people. Gauges are small, hard plastic is the main material, and some of the controls are a bit awkward to reach while driving.

Safety features are also an area left wanting, with just dual front and curtain-side airbags, automatic headlights, daytime running lights, and a tire pressure monitor to help you get there safely. Even still, the NHTSA gave the 2010 Cobalt five stars for passenger-side front impacts and four stars on remaining tests.

All in all - hey, it’s a car. Who needs more in our domesticated modern times? The Cruze replaced the Cobalt for 2011, and some would call the end of Cobalt production a blessing.

Model History

For 23 years Chevrolet provided for the transportation needs of hot-rod weekend warriors with the much-loved Cavalier. It came in two-door, four-door and even convertible styles, serving the people’s desire to be unique like no other car of the time truly could with sales well over 400,000 units in many years.

However, the Cavalier’s reign had to end. The technology was outdated, people seemed to want something truly fun and fuel efficient, and the Cavalier just wasn’t seen as a car that could make the transition. In 2004 Chevrolet killed the Cavalier and birthed the Cobalt, responding to market pressures for an exciting and practical compact car without any silly frills.

Chevrolet started out by giving the Cobalt a significantly larger body - nearly 5 inches longer and 1.3 inches wider than the Civic, and 2 inches longer and 1.5 inches wider than the Corolla. The engines were upgraded over the Cavalier's after the debut generation to better handle all that extra weight, but otherwise the Cobalt came with the Cavalier's suspension, steering and braking systems, giving it that familiar fun feel and smooth ride.

The 2005 Cobalt came as a coupe or sedan in SS, LS, and LT trims, equipped with a naturally aspirated 2.2-liter four-cylinder engine putting out 145 hp in all but the SS, which came with a supercharged 2.0-liter, 205-hp engine. For 2006, Chevy brought on a non-supercharged SS with a 2.4-liter Ecotec inline-4 (I4) engine, and an LTZ trim was added as the upper tier offering.

In 2007, nearly 100,000 of those ‘05 and ‘06 first-generation Cobalt coupes were recalled. The roof was short on padding, according to federal regulations, but GM claimed that would affect only drivers who didn’t wear a seat belt. Three years later more ‘05 and ‘06 Cobalts - coupes, sedans, and sport editions alike - were recalled due to widespread power steering failures.

The 2007 second-generation Cobalt saw a serious computer upgrade and 3 more horses in all but the SS, which technically lost about 30 hp in its “upgraded” engine. The interior was touched up with a new steering wheel, radio controls, and an audio input jack.

Still, this and previous years lacked side-curtain airbags, except as an option, and therefore received less than stellar marks for safety, and the Cobalt was sometimes even labeled as Poor in side-impact crash tests.

After 2007 Cobalt sales slid from over 200,000 units annually to less than half that for ‘09 and ‘10. Peaking just shy of 220,000 units for the debut, the Cobalt still didn’t come close to the 400,000 Cavaliers rolled out year after year during its heyday.

Even still, the Cobalt’s relatively robust sales performance upon its debut helped bump Chevrolet ahead of Ford as the best-selling brand in the U.S. market for the first time in 19 years. It was a bittersweet victory, however, as Chevrolet’s overall sales compared to previous years are being eaten away by foreign makers.

For the third-generation 2008 Cobalt, Chevrolet renamed the SS trims “Sport Coupe” and “Sport Sedan,” replacing the supercharged 2.4-liter naturally aspirated engine with a 2.0-liter, 260-hp turbocharged engine.

A midyear facelift of the new XFE trim, replacing the LS and LT, increased fuel economy to 25/36 mpg with a manual transmission. This model year also gained XM radio, side-impact air bags, MP3 capability, StabiliTrak stability control, and new interior and exterior colors as standard features for the entire lineup.

Then Chevrolet thought better of its “Sport” names in the fourth generation and went back to calling the sport Cobalt simply SS for 2009, with no change to the engine, but a reconfigurable performance display in the SS coupe could read engine outputs and alter performance settings.

The remaining trims got an engine upgrade with a 2.2-liter, 155-hp Ecotec I4, providing better power and fuel economy: 24/34 mpg with the automatic and 26/37 with a manual transmission. You could also finally link up your Bluetooth gizmos.

Chevrolet didn’t change much about the Cobalt for 2010, only adding filtered air conditioning, a tilt steering wheel, power controls, cruise control, keyless entry, OnStar, a leather interior and a Pioneer stereo to some of the trims. Otherwise it’s the same car as the ‘09 with slightly different styling.

Used Versions

Definitely think twice about any ‘07 or older Cobalt - between the recalls and serious lack in safety features, those years are not a smart buy except for the midyear ‘07 Sport Coupe and Sport Sedan.

The ‘07 Cobalt sport trims were improved in a midyear face lift and unchanged for the ‘08 model year, but as good as this car is, the ‘09 and ‘10 sport trims are significantly more awesome, with their reconfigurable performance display and other nifty gadgets, not to mention much-improved power and fuel efficiency.

If you’re looking for the best bare-bones Cobalt, look to the midyear ‘08 models and newer. The safety features and comforts are up to par with other modern cars for these models, and very few problems have been reported.

Since the Cobalt was a very short-lived car, reliability and resale value are really anyone’s guess. Some drivers swear by Chevrolet and will profess quite stubbornly that it is the most reliable maker. Others don’t believe Chevrolet could produce a quality heap of scrap metal, but it definitely looks like the Cobalt is holding its oil so far.

Even long after news of the Cobalt’s demise, a Cobalt in good condition from a recommended year is still going for more than $10,000 - that’s a two-thirds retention in resale value. As for reliability, the dominant opinion is pretty positive about the model years recommended.

www.cargurus.com

Chevrolet Cobalt ( ) | Chevrolet Cobalt ( )

release-auto.ru

Chevrolet Cobalt LTZ 1,5 (105 .. ) 6 - 2013 : 2.87   Chevrolet Lacetti, ! ! ... - ... , , Cobalt Cruze. , , ...

:muster_OK :: 2014-03-28 :: :15796

Chevrolet Cobalt LT 1,5 . (105 ) - 2013 : 3.78   . -, 9834 . LT , , . 495 000 . , ...

: :: 2014-01-25 :: :17521

Chevrolet Cobalt 1500 .. (107 . ) - 2013 : 3.83   ! . , , . , . , . ...

: :: 2013-12-28 :: :19807

Chevrolet Cobalt LT 1500 3 (105 .. ) - 2013 : 4.03  ! . : , 12 , 2109, 2112, , . : 2013 , LT, 2 , , . ...

:Nikola :: 2013-10-16 :: :17423

Chevrolet Cobalt 1,5 - 2013 : 3.90   . -, 1,6 . , , . , , ...

: :: 2013-09-26 :: :7784

Chevrolet Cobalt 1500 3 (106 .. ) 6 - 2013 : 4.76   ! . , , . , . : - ...

:_ :: 2013-09-04 :: :11538

Chevrolet Cobalt 1.5 (105 ) - 2013 : 3.57   , , . , . . ...

: :: 2013-08-20 :: :12229

Chevrolet Cobalt LT sedan 1.5 (105 .. ) - 2013 : 4.08   . . , , , . , , . ...

: :: 2013-08-15 :: :13214

Chevrolet Cobalt LTZ 1,5 (105 ) - 2013 : 4.47   , , . , , . - . 408, . ...

: :: 2013-08-04 :: :7333

Chevrolet Cobalt 1,5 - 2013 : 4   ( )! . . , . , , , - ...

:80 :: 2013-07-23 :: :8968

1

2

Used 2009 Chevrolet Cobalt for sale - Pricing & Features

more about this model

Pros

High fuel economy for a non-hybrid, powerful engine for the segment, quiet ride, surprisingly precise shifter.

Cons

Low-rolling-resistance tires compromise handling and braking, vague steering feel.

Desperation isn't pretty, especially not the kind of desperation you feel when your tank is running on fumes and there's no filling station in sight. You do what you can to limp the car to the next fuel stop, and inevitably, thoughts like "Why didn't I think of this earlier?" haunt you. Perhaps it's this sort of situation that led GM to develop the 2009 Chevy Cobalt XFE. After a long period of placing fuel-efficiency low on its priorities, Chevy finds itself in a pinch. Lacking a readily available vehicle to challenge hybrid stalwarts like the Toyota Prius and Honda Civic Hybrid, it needed something to offer the fuel-conscious driver. However, the XFE (for eXtra Fuel Economy) has become more of a Band-Aid approach rather than a reputable high-mileage contender.

With the Cobalt-replacing 2011 Chevy Cruze and the all-electric Volt a few years away, GM needed that Band-Aid. Instead of dropping a highly efficient hybrid drivetrain under the hood of a Cobalt, the engineers opted for a list of readily available tweaks that included low-rolling-resistance tires, taller gearing, revised engine software and a shift light that prompts the driver to shift for optimal fuel economy.

After all of this, the 2009 Chevy Cobalt XFE only manages to eke out a measly 2-mpg improvement over the base Cobalt, which is already one of the more fuel-efficient cars you can buy. Though the fuel savings are miniscule, they come at a notable price: lack of performance from the low-rolling-resistance tires. In the end, its unimpressive tires, coupled with its very slight fuel savings, make it hard to recommend the XFE over any other gas-sipper — including a more well-appointed Cobalt.

Performance

Our 2009 Chevy Cobalt XFE test vehicle came with the standard 2.2-liter four-cylinder engine mated to a five-speed manual transmission driving the front wheels — the only configuration available for XFE variants. As with all Cobalts — SS models notwithstanding — the engine produces 155 horsepower and 150 pound-feet of torque.

In testing, we managed to accelerate to 60 mph in 8.5 seconds, which is on the quick side for cars in this class. Fuel economy, which is perhaps the only reason the XFE exists, comes in at an EPA-estimated 25/37 mpg on the city/highway and 30 in combined driving — which is excellent, considering the Honda Civic gets 1 mpg less. Under our heavier-than-average right feet, we only managed a 25-mpg average. When comparing the XFE's mileage to the standard Cobalt LS's 25/35 mpg rating, the sacrifices hardly seem worth it.

Although power output for the vast majority of economy cars ranges from barely detectable to adequate, the Cobalt's engine was surprisingly peppy, with power spread evenly from idle to its buzzy 6,750-rpm redline. However, if you're trying to squeeze as many miles as possible from each gallon, you will rarely see revs above 4,000. As with the rest of the Cobalt line, the XFE's engine noise is subdued — even more so if you shift when the ultraconservative, cog-shaped shift light recommends (usually between 2,500 and 3,000 rpm).

As expected, the Cobalt XFE is not adept at handling aggressive maneuvers. Much of the performance lag is due to the low-rolling-resistance tires that screech loudly in protest, even under moderate cornering. When pushed harder, the car exhibits a healthy amount of understeer, with oversteer constantly looming should the driver require a sudden change in direction. Our biggest concern in regards to the tires was braking — the lack of grip combined with rear drum brakes required 146 feet to stop the XFE from 60 mph, more than some full-size SUVs we've tested.

Steering is light, perhaps too light, thanks to the electric power steering. Little feedback makes its way back to the driver, making it feel more like steering a Fisher-Price vehicle than a real one.

Comfort

Despite the mechanical and performance gripes, our 2009 Chevy Cobalt XFE impressed us with its quiet cabin and fairly smooth ride — something we've come to expect from the entire Cobalt line. The compliant suspension absorbed flaws in the road with little difficulty or drama, and on the highway, wind noise was pleasantly abated.

Although the seats remind many of us of the 1980s with their flat form and featureless fabric, comfort is still decent. Even on extended road trips, the cushions provided adequate padding and support. Seat adjustments for the driver are limited to fore/aft, seat rake and seat height. Rear seating is slightly less comfortable, with lower and flatter seats.

Function

Because our XFE was delivered in only the most basic of Cobalt trim levels, expectations should be kept in check. Hand-cranked windows, manually adjustable mirrors, no keyless entry (in fact, no power locks at all) and no cruise control all contribute to this Cobalt's bargain basement rental car feel. On the bright side, the manual shifter was particularly pleasing, with gates easily found and a positive feel. The clutch was similarly satisfying as well, with a light touch and intuitive engagement.

If you've driven any other contemporary GM car, the XFE's controls should feel eerily familiar. The Cobalt's rubberized steering wheel, switches, knobs and gauges are identical to other products in the General's lineup, which is not entirely a bad thing. The gauges are easy to read and the radio and climate controls are simple enough to operate with a minimum of fuss. The CD/MP3 sound system, aided by the quiet cabin, delivers enough clarity and range to make a long trip less tedious, plus the addition of satellite radio and an auxiliary audio jack further enhance the entertainment options.

Storage for the 2009 Chevy Cobalt XFE is generous. At 13.9 cubic feet, the trunk easily holds two golf bags and a large suitcase. Making use of the 60/40-split fold-down rear seats adds even more cargo versatility, even though the seats do not fold completely flat. Trunk lift-over height is low, but the opening is hampered by the taillight cutaways that impede loading wider items.

Design/Fit and Finish

From all outward appearances, our XFE looked essentially identical to the base Chevrolet Cobalt LS sedan, except for a subtle XFE badge under the right taillight. Both exterior and interior designs were generic and bland and in need of an immediate makeover. Interior materials are about as bargain-basement as we've seen in awhile, made up of hard plastic elements. Gaps between the panels are uneven, even by econobox standards, emitting groans and squeaks when operated or pressed. The Cobalt's age is the culprit here, as it hails from a period when Chevy's interiors were dismal; recently redesigned vehicles like the Malibu have improved greatly in this regard.

Who should consider this vehicle

Buyers so fiercely loyal to the Chevrolet brand that they have bowtie logo tattoos, and who are looking to save every drop of fuel. Most other compact-car shoppers would be better served by almost any of its competitors. Taking into account the XFE's performance sacrifices and its minimal fuel savings, even a non-XFE 2009 Chevy Cobalt makes more sense to us.

Others To Consider Ford Focus S, Honda Civic DX, Mazda Mazda3, Toyota Corolla.

The manufacturer provided Edmunds this vehicle for the purposes of evaluation.

What's a good price on a used 2009 Chevrolet Cobalt ?

Price comparisons for used 2009 Chevrolet Cobalt trim styles:

The used 2009 Chevrolet Cobalt LS is priced around $5991 with average odometer reading of 66415 miles.

The used 2009 Chevrolet Cobalt LT is priced around $5100 with average odometer reading of 95782 miles.

Shop with Edmunds for perks and special offers on used cars, trucks, and SUVs near Los Angeles, California. Doing so could save you hundreds or thousands of dollars. Edmunds also provides consumer-driven dealership sales and service reviews to help you make informed decisions about what cars to buy and where to buy them.

What options are available on the 2009 Chevrolet Cobalt?

Available Chevrolet Cobalt 2009 Submodel Types: Coupe, Sedan

Available Chevrolet Cobalt 2009 Trims: LT, LS, LTZ, SS, Sport

Exterior Colors: Black, Rally Yellow, Summit White, Ultra Silver Metallic, Imperial Blue Metallic, Laser Blue Metallic, Silver Ice Metallic, Silver Moss Metallic, Slate Metallic, Victory Red

Interior Colors: Ebony leather, Ebony cloth, Ebony premium cloth, Gray cloth, Gray premium cloth, Neutral leather

Popular Features: Aux Audio Inputs, Fold Flat Rear Seats, Post-collision safety system, Rear Bench Seats, Tire Pressure Warning, Trip Computer, Alarm, Sunroof/Moonroof, Audio and cruise controls on steering wheel, Bluetooth, Heated seats, Leather Seats, Remote Start, Stability Control, USB Inputs, Upgraded Stereo

Engine/Mechanics: 4 cylinders

Transmission: AUTOMATIC, MANUAL

Fuel Types: regular unleaded

Drivetrains: front wheel drive

used 2009 Chevrolet Cobalt Overview

The used 2009 Chevrolet Cobalt is offered in the following submodels: Sedan, Coupe, SS. Available styles include LS 4dr Sedan (2.2L 4cyl 5M), LS 2dr Coupe (2.2L 4cyl 5M), and LT 4dr Sedan (2.2L 4cyl 5M). Pre-owned Cobalt models are available with a 0-liter gas engine, with output up to 0 hp, depending on engine type. The used 2009 Cobalt comes with front wheel drive. Available transmissions include: 5-speed manual.

www.edmunds.com

2006 Chevrolet Cobalt - User Reviews

www.cargurus.com

CarGurus https://www.cargurus.com 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt LS Sedan FWDReview

2006 Chevrolet Cobalt Chevrolet Cobalt 2006 LS Sedan FWD

Kamrud writes:

Great For Commute — It is what it is. It is a very inexpensive vehicle that gets great gas mileage. Just don't expect any luxury. I have had an issue that I have read on countless discussion forums; there is a rattle in the steering wheel that is actually quite loud. If you can get over this, it is a good car.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Great gas Mileage, Inexpensive, fairly roomy for a compact, backseats fold down,

Cons: cheap made, rides rough

10 of 11 people found this review helpful. Is this helpful? Yes | No

Looking for a Used Cobalt in your area?

CarGurus has 2,988 nationwide Cobalt listings starting at $1,995.

CarGurus https://www.cargurus.com 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt SS Coupe FWDReview

2006 Chevrolet Cobalt Chevrolet Cobalt 2006 SS Coupe FWD

mlejeune writes:

Fun Commuter — Good pickup power for getting on the highway. Cargo space is surprisingly big. Two full size luggage bags and at least one carry on bag can fit in the trunk. Fuel economy is great for commuting. The design has proven to still look good through time.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Fun sporty ecofriendly car

Cons: A lot of recalls, turning radius is too big

4 of 6 people found this review helpful. Is this helpful? Yes | No
CarGurus https://www.cargurus.com 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt SS Supercharged Coupe FWDReview

2006 Chevrolet Cobalt Chevrolet Cobalt 2006 SS Supercharged Coupe FWD

jmb0326 writes:

Cobalt Ss/sc — Fun to drive car, comfortable for longer trips. Not for more than two people. The stereo is outstanding. Sunroof makes it very nice. Would not go with anything other than a turbo or a supercharged model. Makes all the difference.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Cons: plastic interior parts

3 of 3 people found this review helpful. Is this helpful? Yes | No
CarGurus https://www.cargurus.com 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt LS Sedan FWDReview

2006 Chevrolet Cobalt Chevrolet Cobalt 2006 LS Sedan FWD

Amanda writes:

Perfect For First Time Buyers And Drivers — I wish it had more room, storage, and wish that my power sources in my car worked. I would have loved to have power windows and locks, Cruise Control would have been nice too. I wasn't given much choice at the dealership. worked out great, I love my car. Now if she would stop being so dang picky!

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Truthfully, I love my car because she is my first car. I have had very few issues with my car. I like how easy it is to drive, my 13 year old little sister has drove my car! Not my choice, I was not even around when this happened.

Cons: There has been a lot of recalls. Nothing bad, but plain stupidity and routine maintenance. The seals on the doors and truck are crap. I am trying to figure out why my car is collecting so much moisture, it is causing mold to grow in the trunk and back seat. I have kids in and out of my car on a daily basis, that is not healthy!

6 of 8 people found this review helpful. Is this helpful? Yes | No
CarGurus https://www.cargurus.com 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt LS Coupe FWDReview

2006 Chevrolet Cobalt Chevrolet Cobalt 2006 LS Coupe FWD

WhippleAutoSales writes:

Excellent Basic Transportation — This two door coup has excellent acceleration, a smooth clutch and shifter combo, its easy to see out of, fuel efficient, practical, easy to work on, and overall, its inexpensive!! I have driven a Cobalt for over 5 years and it is easily one of the best vehicles, all things considered, on the road!

Pros: Economical, reliable, inexpensive to work on

6 of 6 people found this review helpful. Is this helpful? Yes | No
CarGurus https://www.cargurus.com 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt SS Supercharged Coupe FWDReview

2006 Chevrolet Cobalt Chevrolet Cobalt 2006 SS Supercharged Coupe FWD

RodgerRabbit421 writes:

Great Sporty Car — I would recommend this to a friend, definitly not a car you would want to drive in the winter unless you changed the rims and tire. I have recieved many compliments on the overall looks. It also has great acceleration and handling!

Pros: Great handling and overall style

Cons: Not very Family orientated, Terrible in the snow with factory tires and rims

3 of 3 people found this review helpful. Is this helpful? Yes | No
CarGurus https://www.cargurus.com 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt LS Sedan FWDReview

2006 Chevrolet Cobalt Chevrolet Cobalt 2006 LS Sedan FWD

PatrickFisher writes:

Chevy Cobalt Is A Very Safe, Reliable Ride. — This is a very reliable car. I've had very few problems with this car. It runs great now, and always has. If something does go wrong, it is usually cheap and quick to repair. It's definitely on the smaller side, especially in the back seat. It's a great, zippy car with only one or two people, but it doesn't have a ton of power. It can struggle on hills with all of the seats filled so not an ideal family car.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Very reliable and cheap to repair.

Cons: It's definitely on the smaller side, especially in the back seat. It doesn't have a ton of power.

1 of 2 people found this review helpful. Is this helpful? Yes | No
CarGurus https://www.cargurus.com 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt LT Sedan FWDReview

2006 Chevrolet Cobalt Chevrolet Cobalt 2006 LT Sedan FWD

Melanie writes:

This Car Is My Style :) — Colby the Cobalt is my baby! I got him for a really good price and I have no complaints. He's cheap on gas and can be a lot of fun to drive. Chevy runs deep and he certainly proves it!!

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: When I first bought this car, it didn't have that sporty look I wanted, but my dad chipped in and bought me a spoiler for it.

Cons: It doesn't have a sunroof and the radio signal can suck sometimes.

4 of 4 people found this review helpful. Is this helpful? Yes | No
CarGurus https://www.cargurus.com 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt SS Supercharged Coupe FWDReview

2006 Chevrolet Cobalt Chevrolet Cobalt 2006 SS Supercharged Coupe FWD

Kyle writes:

It A Chevrolet And A Fun Car — the car has some power to it for a supercharged 2.0. i love the stock body kit and the rims that are on mine are stock just plasti dipped. and the cost for this car is not bad at all, i would say that i do pay a little bit for gas due to the fact that you should put premium into it but other than that i love the car. a great car for first time manual drivers, i learned from my car

Cons: i have no complaints at the moment but will post if i do have some

3 of 3 people found this review helpful. Is this helpful? Yes | No
CarGurus https://www.cargurus.com 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt LT Sedan FWDReview

2006 Chevrolet Cobalt Chevrolet Cobalt 2006 LT Sedan FWD

Chad writes:

A Good Buy — Picked up my Cobalt 9 months ago....for a "throwaway car" it's given me good service so far. Rides well, has good power for a 4-banger, shifts smoothly. Interior is good, but cheap-looking and kind of small when there's more than one person in it. Great gas milage (30+MPG) all the options, (air, CD cruise etc.) All in all a great little car, better than the worn-out Focus I had before it...I'll never buy a Ford again..

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Good powerFuel efficientSmooth ridehandles well in curves and corners

Cons: Kinda crampy interiorCheap-looking plasticrattles and groans a little

8 of 10 people found this review helpful. Is this helpful? Yes | No

Смотрите также