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The one word I can use to describe this car is "Spunky"! It's a great ride and I am really enjoying it. I bought the LS model which has a 5-speed manual transmission. The little car has great get-up-and-go. I live about 20 miles from where I work and I am loving the money I'm saving on gas. (I get about 30-34 miles to the gallon.) I really like the color--it's a blue that changes to purple in different light. It's also big enough for the carseat for my 3 yr old son. And let me tell you, he REALLY likes the car! Always wants to go for a ride! I'd recommend this car to anyone!
As a recent college grad, I was looking for something cheap, reliable, efficient, with low miles, and on top of all that I wanted a stick shift. Enter my Chevy Cobalt. I was asking for alot and got it all. My 5 speed averages over 31 mpg, but also has decent acceleration and speed. It won't win any drag races, but it's great at passing on the freeway and when I need a quick boost from an already high sustained speed, I'd swear I was driving a v-6 (my model has the larger engine, but still a 4-banger). It is also very roomy, the adjustable seat belt is nice for a lil' guy like me, the heater's good (important in Wisconsin!), and the XM radio is freakin' sweet. The safety features are also very comprehensive and give me peace of mind. You won't find any bells and whistles (mine doesn't even have power windows-but that's for lazy people anyway) but it's a very good value for the money-I recommend it.
After driving my dad's base-model Cobalt I started looking for a supercharged version to replace my Audi A4. This car is very nice compared to what Chevys used to be. It is comfortable and sporty. I have driven some newer-model Japanese cars and this car is very close is in fit and finish. For the price it is a very good deal. The supercharged Cobalt SS has very nice power and handles very well. I would not call it "fast" but it is very fun to zip around town in. Just the right amount of power, but not enough to get yourself in real trouble.