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2009 Chevrolet Cobalt LS 2dr Coupe

2009 Chevrolet Cobalt
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Front Wheel Drive, 2 Door Coupe, Subcompact
25 mpg city / 37 mpg hwy
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December 10, 2009  By Zach Bowman, DriverSide Contributing Editor
In the American lexicon, economical is nowhere near synonymous with enjoyable. Or at least it used to be that way. General Motors has unleashed a rash of new, fuel-savvy cars that pass on the pump while still doing more than simply survive interstate traf
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DRIVERS LOG: Cherolet Cobalt XFE: – SENIOR EDITOR BOB GRITZINGER: With the XFE, you get low-rolling-resistance tires, an economy-calibrated engine and a fuel-saving 3.74:1 final-drive ratio, which GM says nets a 9 percent fuel-economy improvement. Source:

Test drive: 2009 Chevrolet Cobalt XFE – I promised you a return to sane motoring, so here it is -- Chevrolet's most fuel-efficient car, more efficient than the subcompact Aveo5, better highway MPG than a Honda Fit,... Source:

Review: 2009 Chevy Cobalt SS Coupe – Many cars are so middle-of-the-road in so many ways that nothing about them, good or bad, is memorable. You know they're out there, somewhere, carrying on in quiet servitude. Some of them even have sport packages and/or sports appearance packages in Source:

Test drive: 2009 Chevrolet Cobalt SS – As part of their massive budget cuts, General Motors recently disbanded the GM Performance Division. More specifically, they dispersed its engineers to work on other products. I'm feeling a little guilty... Source:

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