2006 Chevrolet Cobalt Review

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Chevrolet Cobalt

2006 Chevrolet Cobalt

Chevrolet Cobalt Review

in the game with this compact.

By Jim McCraw


W ith its styling and general all-around the Chevrolet Cobalt competes against the Honda Civic, Corolla, and Ford Focus, an achievement, considering how long the has dominated this game.

The is the quietest, most refined car GM has ever built. It#39;s on a strong, stiff platform, a key for crisp handling and as smooth The SS models use this to maximum resulting in a dynamic driving

If you#39;re looking for inexpensive, transportation with a new-car the Cobalt is worth a look.

features are available like leather seats, XM Satellite MP3, and OnStar.

Driving the SS model is an absolute hoot. responsive handling and brisk performance along with a sounding exhaust note the supercharged coupe entertaining to a sport compact that can than hold its own in the class.

New for 2006 are SS sedan and coupe with normally aspirated These new SS models fit between the LT and SS models. Their price, and performance and body work are all down from the SS Supercharged but they#39;re sporty cars and the best choice in the lineup, 171-horsepower engines and sports

Model Lineup

The 2006 Cobalt is available in an array of trim levels in two body two-door coupe and four-door Three different engines are with suspensions tuned to

The LS, LT, and LTZ models are powered by a 145-horsepower engine and use the FE1 suspension.

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The LS ($13,900) and coupe come standard air conditioning, automatic headlights, rear defogger, tilt column, CD player, and a driver center. They have windows, manually operated and cloth upholstery with front seats and a 60/40 fold-down rear seat. LS have a body-color grille and handles and come with disc/rear drum brakes and wheels and tires.

LS comes with a five-speed manual or four-speed automatic ($850).

The LT ($16,200) sedan and coupe get windows and door locks, brakes, 16-inch alloy LT comes standard with a manual or optional four-speed The LTZ sedan ($18,400) is a premium that comes standard the automatic, upgraded audio and trim.

SS ($18,200) coupe and get a 171-horsepower 2.4-liter engine, the FE3 suspension, 17-inch wheels and performance tires. It also upgraded cloth, special trim and other upgrades. SS are available with the five-speed or four-speed automatic.

SS Supercharged coupe ($21,400) a 205-horsepower 2.0-liter engine, the FE5 suspension, and 18-inch wheels high-performance tires.

Options power sunroof ($725); ($695); XM Satellite Radio a rear spoiler ($275), a upgrade to MP3 ($150). The Sport ($595) includes a brushed trim package for the dashboard, gauges, leather-wrapped steering and shifter, rear spoiler and alloy wheels with tires.

Safety features dual-stage front air bags, seatbelt pre-tensioners, rear shoulder belts, and the LATCH seat retention system. All but the LS come standard with brakes (ABS). Head side air bags ($395) to provide head protection are

OnStar#39;s operators can provide after an accident and will emergency crews to your location should your go off.

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