2007 Chevrolet Cobalt – Top Speed

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Chevrolet Cobalt

2007 Chevrolet Cobalt

2.0L I4 Transmission: 5 Speed Horsepower @ RPM: 205@5600 23 MPG(Hwy): 29 Torque @ RPM: (foot/lbs) Energy: Gas Engine / Electronic Fuel Injected 1999 / 122 L

The Cobalt lineup of sporty compact cars more horsepower, features and for the 2007 model year. a popular nameplate known for affordable performance and refinement, offers a high number of as diverse as the customers who seek and buy cars.

Cobalt’s expressive dynamic driving experience and array of features appeal to a audience from those a feature-packed, fuel-efficient, value-driven to the youthful sport compact who view their car as a canvas for It has quickly earned a following by competitors in key areas including features and value proposition. sales in 2005 totaled than 212,000 units.

For Chevy offers eight models: the LS, LT, LTZ and SS sedan; and the LS, LT, SS and SS Supercharged This broad portfolio three different GM-proven engines, ranging from 148 (110kW) to 205 horsepower (153 three transmissions and three The 2.2L and 2.4L Ecotecs get a horsepower increase for 2007.

new model year Chevrolet provides Cobalt customers an expanding range of personalization that include popular stage kits.

Cobalt a strong foundation, rigid structure, well-isolated chassis and low noise levels, thanks in to the use of Quiet Steel laminated a premium material not normally on vehicles in the compact segment. The foundation also enhances protection. Precise electric tuned to each tire/wheel further contributes to the dynamic experience.

The Cobalt range of offers stylish looks with a comfortable ride. The coupe design mimics the from the A-pillar forward, but from the A-pillar rearward a tapered reverse C-pillar leads to Corvette-inspired four taillamps. Several wheel also are offered, including 15-inch wheels and available 17-inch and 18-inch wheels, all unique designs.

Cobalt’s color palette for 2007 now a new Sport Red Tint.

Expressive

With a rakish yet refined and excellent attention to detail, has a stylish design that its sporty, fun-to-drive character.

in coupe and sedan body Cobalt features smooth and exteriors with fast Cobalt is light in the air, with a coefficient of drag of 0.324 for both body A myriad of subtle details, as aircraft-style doors that the door frames into the surface for a tighter, flush contribute to Cobalt’s overall of strength and solidity.

Jewel-like headlamps and taillamps a premium appearance. The coupe additional upscale cues, as Corvette-inspired taillamps.

A sporty for all models is achieved with a body and a curvaceous roofline; in the coupe, which has tapered, C-pillars that lead to signature four round Cobalt’s other carefully design details include:

details on all models, including handles, bumpers, grille, and roof molding for a more look

Single-cavity headlamps all forward lighting functions in the same unit (except

Different fascias for sedans and creates distinction in lineup

horizontal grille bar and gold insignia for base, LS and LT models

stanchion-mounted rear spoiler

16-inch high-vent steel for LT

Available 18-inch high-polished for SS Supercharged

Body-color ground fascias and rocker moldings for SS

Front wheelhouse liners molded-in mud/stone guards for LS and LT

Nine available exterior

Dynamic driving experience

the outset, engineers designed to be a responsive, fun-to-drive car. underbody uses high-strength as welded members in strategic for maximum strength, structural mass optimization and crashworthiness. The boasts a rigid bending of nearly 27 Hz.

All Cobalt models a strut-type front suspension, torsion beam rear and front and rear stabilizer for more exact body control. Speed-sensitive electric steering is tuned to match the levels of the various tire and packages.

The Cobalt rides on a strut front suspension and a torsion beam rear Front and rear stabilizer uncommon features for compact in Cobalt’s price range are on all models. Suspension tuning for model, including steering spring rate and stabilizer bar is dialed in to provide distinct and handling characteristics. Three settings are available:

FE1 suspension on LS, LT and LTZ models, it provides a smooth and includes a 19-mm front bar and a 16-mm rear stabilizer bar

FE3 suspension standard and available on SS models, it delivers a firmer, direct ride and includes front and rear stabilizer four-wheel disc brakes, shocks and 17-inch wheels and tires

FE5 suspension standard on the SS it was developed on the racetrack to deliver car levels of handling and grip; front stabilizer bar and 22-mm stabilizer bar, higher-rate and bushings, four-wheel disc monotube shocks and 18-inch aluminum wheels with performance tires

Cobalt’s front suspension is compact yet long wheel travel, 90 mm of compression travel and 87 mm of rebound, is substantially more than competitors and enhances overall and handling. Monotube rear are used for a more precise feel.

L-shaped front arms contain a forward bushing, which transmits of the cornering force, and a larger, composite rear elastomeric that allows rearward to minimize harshness from surface impacts. The front arms are made from on the FE1 suspension and are aluminum on the FE3 and FE5 suspensions.

The front stabilizer bar connects to strut for precise steering and improved cornering agility decreased body roll. All suspension components are mounted to a rigid cradle assembly of four large hydroformed tubes and two side members are integrally welded to front and cross members. The cradle is to the Cobalt’s space frame at widely spaced points.

torsion beam rear provides excellent ride and while maximizing interior A hydraulic rear suspension is employed on the FE1 suspension to improve the and suppress road noise. wheel travel, at 126.5 mm in and 68.5 mm in rebound, is longer most vehicles in the segment.

front disc brakes single-piston calipers and composite drum brakes are standard on LS, LT and Four-wheel anti-lock brakes are standard on LT and LTZ models, and optional on LS. disc brakes with ABS are on SS and SS Supercharged models.

Cobalt offers an enhanced electronic control system on all models with an automatic transmission and this system is standard on

Enhanced traction system is integral with automatic-equipped with ABS. ETS enhances by adjusting engine torque if slip is detected.

Safety and security

The rigid structure that lays the of Cobalt’s dynamic driving also reinforces occupant In addition to the solid unibody dual-stage frontal air bags are and side head curtain air are available. Front seat pretensioners, rear center belts and the LATCH child retention system are also

Additional security is provided by the PASS-Key III Plus theft-deterrent which prevents vehicle if the right key is not used. Remote entry and power door (not available on LS) provide prevention, delayed locking and operation.

Continuous safety is by OnStar. OnStar-equipped Cobalt feature OnStar dual-mode equipment. OnStar’s digital also includes enhanced voice recognition capabilities more intuitive continuous dialing and improved voice accuracy.

OnStar is the leading of in-vehicle safety, security and services in the United States and Using the GPS satellite network and technology, OnStar features safety services and OnStar Calling that allow to make and receive voice-activated calls using an externally antenna for greater reception.

The service standard on the 2007 includes the General Motors Automatic Crash Notification system (excluding SS models), crash data available to the 911 centers to help them the appropriate live-saving personnel and to crash scenes faster.

powertrains

Cobalt offers a variety of segment-leading powertrain that deliver distinct ranging from maximized to race-inspired performance. Cobalt’s Ecotec 2.2L and 2.4L receive slight horsepower for 2007.

The 2.2L engine of the LS, LT and LTZ is rated at 148 horsepower (110 kW) at rpm* and 152 lb.-ft. of torque Nm) at 4200 rpm.* Cobalt SS a 2.4L engine rated at 173 (129 kW) at 6200 rpm* and 163 of torque (221 Nm) at 4800 The 2.0L SC engine of the Cobalt SS produces 205 horsepower (153 kW) and rpm and 200 lb.-ft. of torque (272 Nm) at rpm.

All Cobalt engines are the technically sophisticated Ecotec Each has distinct performance and differences, but all share a basic architecture and construction that

Dual overhead camshafts and four valves per cylinder

counter-rotating balance shafts

Low-friction, roller-finger follower with hydraulic lash

Zero-maintenance chain camshaft

Extremely compact dimensions and low

Direct mounting of all accessories to the structure to eliminate common of noise, vibration and harshness

circle transmission attachment is rigid than most powertrains for reduced noise and

GM Oil Life System for optimum oil frequency

No routine maintenance from oil/oil filter

Catalyst located close to the manifold to speed catalyst and reduce hydrocarbon emissions

cast-in oil filter housing crawling under the car to perform oil The design also eliminates oil-filter “cans” that used oil and typically end up in landfills

The standard transmission on LS, LT and SS is a Getrag F23 manual, known for smooth The F35 five-speed manual transmission in the SS has a higher torque capacity the manual transmission found in Cobalt models. A short-throw and 4.05:1 axle ratio the performance-oriented transmission and performance of the engine, giving the Cobalt SS exhilarating acceleration.

Available on LS, LT and SS and standard on LTZ is the Hydra-Matic 4T45 controlled four-speed automatic Like the standard F23 manual the 4T45 is renowned for its smooth and operation. In the Cobalt, this uses full perimeter directly to the engine block and oil pan to driveline stiffness, resulting in noise and vibration.

The 4T45 the new Dexron VI fluid and is “filled for meaning there is no scheduled required for the transmission under operating conditions.

Cobalt SS

SS invokes Chevy’s performance and is part of a larger family of SS models. Highlights of the SS coupe and models include:

2.4L VVT four-cylinder with 173 horsepower kW) and 163 lb.-ft. of torque (221

Standard five-speed manual

Available Hydra-Matic 4T45 electronically controlled automatic

Seventeen-inch alloy wheels and tires

Chevrolet Cobalt

Performance-tuned suspension

four-wheel disc brakes four-channel ABS system

SS-specific and rear fascias, rocker (similar to SS Supercharged)

SS exterior

SS-specific interior appointments, instrument panel appearance and

Cobalt SS Supercharged Coupe

With impressive performance its 205-horsepower (153 kW) 2.0L Ecotec engine, this powerhouse is at home on the racetrack as as the street. The suspension was tuned at ’s Nurburgring racetrack.

At the of the Ecotec 2.0L SC is an Eaton M62 Maximum supercharger boost is 12 pounds per square inch and the system includes an air-to-water that cools the incoming air to increase intake-charge density, in turn enhances power and the engine’s propensity to “knock” at boost levels.

Cobalt SS achieves 0-60 mph in 6.4 seconds, and the in 14.9 seconds, with a top of 143 mph.

It features distinctive and interior elements that make it stand out from the including a high-mount spoiler, rocker extensions and fascias one-inch extensions; as well as gauges, A-pillar-mounted boost and leather- appointed seats perforated color-keyed inserts.

refinement and comfort

Separate levels for each Cobalt provide distinction and a tailored In keeping with Cobalt’s positioning, many features are including air conditioning and electric defogger. New for 2007 is an AM/FM radio and CD player with MP3 and auxiliary input jack; and information center.

Surprising such as an optional remote starter system new for 2007 an automatic transmission is ordered) lend an upscale feel to the interior, as many of the standard and features aren’t generally within the vehicle’s competitive

The available factory-installed remote starter system, which is new for is integrated with the remote entry feature and allows the to get a head start on the car’s heating and cooling from a of up to 200 feet (61 m).

Additionally, Cobalt plenty of interior comfort and including easy access to the seat, 60/40 folding seats and interior access to the area, as well as ample, storage.

Available features power sunroof, XM Satellite (continental U.S. only), stereo with six-disc CD player, MP3 playback and auxiliary jack (new for 2007); Pioneer Premium Audio and OnStar. Other interior include:

Four trim for three Cobalt models: LS, LTZ and SS, trim levels for LT

Height-adjustable steering wheel (new for

Adjustable front head

Four cupholders in the center two for front-seat passengers, two for rear-seat

Pivoting center armrest has top to facilitate easy, comfortable shifting; interior of console five CDs

Numerous storage including large, bin-like box

Unique gauge cluster A-pillar boost gauge on SS

Driver’s foot rest

driver’s seat

Extensive of acoustic materials throughout

interiors reflect a focus on comfort, with quality and stylish appointments throughout. The are designed to reflect the performance of each model. Cloth seats are standard on LS, while cloth seats with lumbar adjuster are standard on LT and SS.

heated seats with steering wheel and shift are available on LT and SS, and standard on LTZ. seats with color-keyed inserts, recliners and driver’s lumbar are standard on SS Supercharged. leather-accented Recaro bucket are available on the SS Supercharged when the Package is ordered.

Get personal

Cobalt attracts such a group of customers who define in their own way, Chevrolet offers accessories and performance Cobalt owners can use to personalize vehicles.

Customers can add some juice to the already powerful SS coupe with Stage One and Two supercharger kits, introduced in The Stage One kit includes higher-flow injectors and an ECU calibration to provide 31 horsepower (for a total of 236 hp and 205 of torque). Add the Stage Two kit, its smaller supercharger pulley and drive belt, and the engine out 241 horsepower (180 kW) and 218 lb.-ft. Nm) of torque.

In addition, owners noise with a Cobalt-validated GM Exhaust System, consisting of a muffler constructed of T-304 steel with mandrel-bent Choose the throaty purr of the system or the aggressive growl of the system. When properly this system will with local and state

Other Chevrolet Accessories for Cobalt include highly chrome exhaust tips, a high-profile or more subtle rear spoiler; and brushed pedals with raised traction surfaces.

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