2006 Chevrolet Cobaltslenderone - Homewod, IL12/02/2009
I love my chevy cobalt. She has a lot of get up and go. She is also a wonderful replacemet for the cavalier. The rear of the vehicle can come down a little bit, but overall, the vehicle is great.
Great car for a change of pace
2006 Chevrolet CobaltStephen - Arlington, VA07/03/2008
The 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt is a great transitioning vehicle. Trading in a gas-guzzling supercharged SUV for the Cobalt has been a smart economic move during these days of rising gas prices. The ride is smooth, maintenance is low, and appearance is phenomenal. I would highly recommend this vehicle to someone who is looking for a break from fuel cost and has only a modest budget.
2006 Chevrolet CobaltCookie - Irving, TX11/20/2006
The Cobalt drives very smooth, lots of leg room in the back seats and very roomy, trunk is actually bigger tha it looks from the outside.
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