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Used 2008 Chevrolet Cobalt LS for Sale

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4.2 out of 5(31 reviews)

Chevy Colalt LT

I love this car!!!! The main reason I went with this model is because it gets amazing gas mileage and I needed a car with cruise control for my long distance driving. The seats are super comfortable and has everything that a car would need without having too many extras. I've had the car for 2 months so far and nothing has gone wrong. It's my perfect little car and I love it!

- TrueBelle, 2008 Chevrolet Cobalt

First Adult Car Buy and It Doesn't Suck!!

Because it's a Chevy, for one. Another reasons is for the affordable gas mileage and overall feel of the car. I've had a few other cars in my teen-angst period and I'm glad to have this now.

- Adam Woodgett, 2008 Chevrolet Cobalt

'08 Cobalt LT

My wife and I bought a '08 Chevy Cobalt (in May 2011) with 36,000 miles on it to replace her well worn out '98 Hyundai Elantra. I don't drive it often as I have another vehicle and a few motorcycles but I fit reasonably well in it considering I'm 6'8" tall and 240 lbs. Not as roomy as the Ford Focus but fine for the city driving it does. It gets along at a decent clip but is a little sluggish off of idle, not great acceleration. It does 70, even 80 mph, well on the freeways despite being a little 4 cylinder car. Brakes are a little mushy but understandable with drum rear brakes. A couple downsides: the mirrors don't give very good visibility, the cigarette lighter is directly in front of the cup holders which is a PITA when having something plugged into it, and the gas fill is on the right side of the car which is a little odd but everybody has their preferences. Here in L.A. we average only about 25 mpg even though the majority of the driving is on the freeway. That is much better than my truck so no complaints there! We took it on a little trip to San Diego and the mpg boosted to 28 but we have yet to see over 30 as the spec sheet suggests. Overall, good car for the value and like anything else will last with regular maintenance. 40,700 miles currently on the car (June 2011)

- racer187x, 2008 Chevrolet Cobalt

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