Chevrolet Cobalt Sedan Review

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The 2010 Chevrolet Cobalt Sedan is the end of the line for this popular sedan. In the wings is a more modern replacement, the 2011 Chevy Cruze. Given the Cobalt's lame-duck status, don't expect Chevy to alter the appearance of any Cobalt for 2010. Chevy never was able to make the value-priced Cobalt LS and LT models look like anything but entry-level cars. The 2010 Cobalt Sedan has no change to the powertrain, which still gets the job done in surprisingly good fashion.

Chevy updated Cobalt's base engine for 2009, boosting it to a useful 155 horsepower and even increasing fuel economy slightly. A turbocharged 260 horsepower four-cylinder makes SS versions genuinely entertaining. Cobalt has always offered a nice array of standard equipment and options. Antilock brakes unfortunately cost extra on LS and LT versions, but can get other amenities like leather and remote engine start as well. With that, we bid the Cobalt farewell.

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