A very good car, have enjoyed it, and it starts no matter how cold it is, so glad I got it.
I honestly didn't think I'd like the Cobalt. Its roomy (4 door), good acceleration, looks pretty sharp and it hasn't broken down on me yet. Ha ha. The only down fall: I wish the center arm rest was higher, or at least adjustable and I wish the fuel mileage was better. I would recommend this to anyone.
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.