2009 Chevrolet CobaltFlyingOwl - Milwaukee, WI04/14/2009
The Colbalt is an overall great car. It isn't necessarily the zippiest, but it is fun to drive and gets pretty good mileage. The interior is comfortable and has excellent safety features. I would recommend it to anyone. I have the 2LT with sunroof and would definitely suggest those upgrades for the "fun" factor and the extras. Having a USB input for an ipod is nice. The windshield is perfect for mounting a GPS. I also absolutely love having remote start. OnStar is wonderful for peace of mind. And the XM free trial is a lot of fun as well. My only complaints so far are that there isn't much storage around the driver, and there is no lock on the glove box. Also, the speedometer isn't very bright during overcast days or dawn or dusk, it's good at night and during daylight. These few things are easily forgiven because of it's other great features. It's a great car!
The car would be great if bought brand new
2009 Chevrolet CobaltDiana Robinson - Seffner, FL03/10/2016
Okay it's a two door car and the doors are huge. Makes it hard to get in and out of the car when parked next to another car. No storage room in the actual car. Trunk is huge but the mouth of the trunk is very small, makes it hard to put things in and take things out.
Good value in hard times
2009 Chevrolet CobaltAlext - Hillside, IL05/11/2011
The 2009 Chevy Cobalt is a good car for the money, providing excellent transportation at a fair price. If gas mileage is a consideration, this car deserves your attention. 26 mpg is quite attractive to me when I'm paying $4.45 a gallon. It is quiet for a vehicle of this size (the smaller car are usually louder). The engine is very responsive on the highway. I do like the ability to check the actual temperature of the engine oil on the instrument panel, as well as the tire pressure. Another 'creature comfort' is the Sirius/XM radio (optional), and a port that connects your MP3. OnStar is another option, as well as the on-board phone system, also optional. I would like to see Chevrolet give the owners the ability to activate the BlueTooth system, without subscribing to the phone service, as it is a valuable safety feature. Most people have a cell phone on their person; to be able to utilize the vehicle's BlueTooth would be nice. Heat/Air Cond both work very well. I would like more lumbar support for the driver's seat. There is lots of trunk space for a vehicle of this size. Externally, clean lines, moving parts are 'tight' i.e. doors are solid, don't have to be slammed to properly close, so is the trunk lid. Overall, very satisfied with this vehicle.
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