2007 Chevrolet Cobalt Overview


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Avg. Price: $5,998
2 Dr 1LT Coupe
Avg. Price: $6,003
2 Dr 2LT Coupe
2 Dr 3LT Coupe
2 Dr LS Coupe
Avg. Price: $5,784
2 Dr SS Coupe
Avg. Price: $8,002
2 Dr SS Supercharged Coupe
Avg. Price: $5,552
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Avg. Price: $6,495
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4.35 stars

Based on 128 reviews

Great Little Sports Car, But A Lot Of Room For Improvement! by Taylor
 — The 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt SS SC is a quick, stylish little sports car. Maybe not suited for an older demographic, but sure tailored for the interests of the younger drivers, speaking as one of them! T... Read More
This Isn't My Car.....it's My Baby!!lol by Joseph
 — Amazing Car. I love it! I bought this car new at the dealership off of the showroom floor. At factory stock level it has great power 210 HP to be exact. I have upgraded mine with a stage 2 kit(Smaller... Read More
Balto by Kyle
 — Bought this car to serve as my new daily driver after some drunk hit my Camaro (which used to be my daily driver). I have quickly begun to like this car a lot. Sure, it's not an SS, but it has nice ... Read More

2007 Chevrolet Cobalt Overview

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Based on 127 reviews

2007 Chevrolet Cobalt

The 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt has received excellent reviews overall, with the only complaints centering on the size-type problems: the engine, passenger area, and cargo room are also cited as lacking in space. Otherwise, consumers have been near-ecstatic in their words about this car. The fuel economy is excellent, it's peppy, and it has a lot of standard features that one would not expect from a car in this price range.

Of course, the price range is strangely variable. Depending on options and trims, the price can range from just under $13,000 to well over $20,000 depending on engine, trim (the SS is very popular), and features.

All in all, until gas sinks back under $3.00 a gallon-I mean if it ever does-anyway, this is a perfect car for the 2000s.


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Chevrolet Cobalt Questions


Timing Chain Broke I Think On My 2007 Chevy Cobalt Ls Coupe Only 96,445 Mi...

Could it have damaged anything because I already bought the new chain and water pump I'm praying it didn't damage anything because I really need my car for work can someone please help me with th...

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2007 Chevy Cobalt Ls

I think my timing chain broke and my car won't start... it just spins over what do i need to do to get my car back running again

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The Coads Are U2105 Lost Communcation With Engine Control System And U2100 ...

i went and put gas in the car and went to start and it lost all comunication and will not start what do i do

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Sometimes My Cobalt Will Not Start In Park Or Neutral, Is This The Linkage ...

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Coolant Temperature Too High..??

i own a 2007 chevy cobalt ls coupe. in traffic, my car goes up to 220 degrees, even when im not moving, and once i start to drive, it goes down. if im not moving, the fan kicks on at 220 degrees. i do...

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