2010 Chevrolet Cobalt LT1 Ecotech from North America
Such a strong car for its size. 50k miles at 2 years of living
Engine cord or wire replaced at 47k.
2 years old, almost 50k miles. This is my first car, and it is a lot more reliable than I expected. It shows no signs of age, inside and out.
I average 32 mpg.
I love the computer that tells me when I need an oil change, how many miles I have til the fuel runs out, and my MPG.
My Cobalt is my baby, and I thank God for it. It is such an amazing car, and I will never get rid of it.
I am a freshman, and car trouble is the last thing any student can have. I can totally depend on my Cobalt.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 2nd May, 2012
7th Sep 2012, 16:25
2010 4 door Cobalt Team Canada Edition with 56000 k.
I drive it like an old man to save gas.
So far front strut plates were changed, and from day 1 water leaked in by the glove box. Had to bring it in twice for that. Now a major rattle in the front end. GM will not fix it, as it's not considered bad enough. WHAT THE?
Not very happy with them. I tested Ford, Mazda and Toyota before I bought this Cobalt. They were all close in price, but I bought the Cobalt because of the MPG, and the interior cabin noise was great. The car felt very tight, plus it had way more options than all the others; too much to list. It took me 10 years to go back to a GM because of their POOR SERVICE OF WARRANTY, and again they are failing.
This rattle is from the steering.
Other than that, the car is not bad. Average MPG 7.8 per 100k. No other issues so far. Too bad GM will lose a customer for the sake of not fixing a known problem. I guess they are no longer scared of going BANKRUPT. Next will be Toyota.