Chevrolet Cobalt

Chevrolet Cobalt Coupe (2005-2010)

The Chevrolet Cobalt was introduced in July 2005 as a successor to the Chevrolet Cavalier and is a service offered by General Motors cars of the lower middle class. It is based on the General Motors Delta platform on which among other things also the Pontiac G5, Saturn Ion and the European Opel Astra stand. Produces the cobalt in the plant Lordstown, Ohio (USA).

The vehicle is available as a coupe and as a four-door. Both versions are available with either a 2.2 - available or a 2.4 -liter Ecotec gasoline engine. The power is transmitted via a five-speed manual gearbox or optionally via a four-speed automatic transmission. The top model is the " SS Supercharged ", which is equipped with a 2.0 -liter Ecotec supercharged petrol engine and manual five-speed gearbox.

Since the " SS Supercharged " in force in the United States since 2008 more restrictive emission standards no longer met, the production was discontinued in late 2007. In mid-2008 a new SS model was introduced, this time with a 260 -hp four-cylinder with turbocharger.

At the Nürburgring the Cobalt SS / TC holds ( Turbocharged ) the class record for compact sports car with front wheel drive.

The weight distribution of the coupe is 60: 40 and the four-door at 59: 41

In the summer of 2010, production of cobalt was discontinued. He was replaced by the Chevrolet Cruze, which is already in mid-2009 in Europe, the Chevrolet Nubira replaced.

Chevrolet Cobalt Sedan (2005-2010)

Chevrolet Cobalt SS Coupe (2005-2007)


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