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Chevrolet Cobalt

Price $15,495 – $27,995
Fuel consumption 5.4 – 9.3 L/100km
The Car Guide rating 70%(view ratings)
The Cobalt falls into the compact segment. Its competitive price and good equipment level make it an attractive choice. Most versions are powered by a 155 horsepower 2.2-litre four-cylinder engine, but the SS coupe gets a little more power with a 2.0-litre turbo engine producing 260 horsepower. All versions are equipped with a five-speed manual transmission. Automatic transmission is optional. The Cobalt will soon be replaced by the Cruze.

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RecallsGM Recalls Even More Cars
Things are going from bad to worse for GM. Right in the middle of their huge Ignition-Switch-May-Turn-Itself-Off-And-Prevent-Airbags-From-Deploying scandal, problems in other vehicles are forcing them to recall another batch of faulty cars and trucks. They started by asking dealerships to stop selling Cruzes while they checked some new reports. They …
NewsGM Should be Accountable for the Errors of the Past
Everything is not going well for GM. After a 1.6 million vehicle recall, the American automaker faces a $350 million dollar lawsuit that could get ugly. Everything started on January 13, when GM initiated a recall on 778,619 Chevrolet Cobalt and Pontiac G5 vehicles because of a faulty ignition switch.


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