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2007 Chevrolet CobaltReview
Lu Ann writes:
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I wanted a two-door base model with a manual tranmission and no power windows, or power-door locks, etc. I loved the body style and I got great mileage, which is why I am looking to replace it with another Cobalt. The one thing the car was missing is cruise control. I had to add after-market cruise. Also, the rocker panels began rusting a bit prematurely.

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Guru9TSB43 writes:
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Asking too much for a car with engine light and tire light on. AC doesn’t cool.

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2007 Chevrolet Cobalt LS Sedan FWD Review
PS88 says:
vs2007 Dodge Charger Daytona R/T RWD
2007 Chevrolet Cobalt LS Sedan FWD winning categories:
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Handling Ranked 2007 Dodge Charger Daytona R/T RWD worse.
"Smaller"
Family Car Ranked 2007 Dodge Charger Daytona R/T RWD better.
"Bigger,more room"
2007 Chevrolet Cobalt LS Sedan FWDReview
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Great Gas Mileage And Sharp Looking Car! — What drew me to this car was the sharp look and great red color. The gas mileage is wonderful and the car is really fun to drive. It handles very well and I always felt like the car was solid and safe to drive. The car has only needed general maintenance and has been very economical to own. I did have both recalls taken care of and haven't had any issues with the car at all. Would recommend this car to a relative or friend.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: GREAT gas mileage and sharp looking car.  Has good acceleration for 4cylinder.  Runs smooth and very little noise.  Seats are comfortable and a fun small car to drive.

Cons: Not good space for a large guy.

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2007 Chevrolet Cobalt LS Sedan FWDReview
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Don't Like It — This car saves gas and is cheap but the maintenance on this vehicle seems to be on a constant basis. I have had several issues with this vehicle but does save on gas but I'm sure I would have better luck with a similar car in its category.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Good fuel economy

Cons: lots of maintenance

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2007 Chevrolet Cobalt LS Sedan FWDReview
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Meh... — I had to get a car since my previous one had "blown up" and this was in my price range at the time. I have had a lot of nickel and dime issues with it since. The drivers side door handle is broken and the replacement cable is not available by itself. I have to pay for an entire assembly mechanism that costs more alone, than the whole door would at a salvage yard! Then there is the whole issue of the ignition which one can read about or hear about on any news program right now. Bottom line is I would not recommend this car to a friend.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: pretty good gas economy, ride is good for a small car

Cons: poorly built, a lot of nickel and dime problems

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2007 Chevrolet Cobalt LT Coupe FWDReview
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It Was Alright —

Great gas mileage, but has a small trunk opening, I think Chevy should of designed the opening to be wider/bigger to fits things better then trying to put them in your back seat. You could fit the cooler in the trunk, but you couldn't put it through the opening. When I first bought brand new, it seemed to be a good car, but when time goes by and you notice things with it that are pet peeves. Given it had recalls and I had issues with the fuel, got the fuel pump replaced for free, but at the end that tank was cracked and Chevy wanted to charge a $1000 to put a new one in. That should of been a recall as well, because I heard a lot about people getting the same issues I had with it. I ended up getting a tank from a Cobalt in the junk yard for $80 and I ended up putting it in myself. This car is alright, it has 181000 miles on it, I haven't replaced the the engine, tranny or the clutch yet. But it has been through abuse, and I been taking care of it. I would give this car a "alright" :)

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Great gas mileage, great coupe appearance,

Cons: Trunk opening is not wide enough to fit things that do fit in the space of the trunk. Like Coolers, guitar amps, etc.
Given I like two door cars, if you have people that ride with you and you have to put them in the backseat, it gets pretty cramped.

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2007 Chevrolet Cobalt LS Coupe FWDReview
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I Love My Cobalt :)) — this was my first brand new vehicle, I think I made a good choice, as far as entry level cars go, I think the cobalt is a good one, it gets great fuel mileage, although I have had quite a few suspension problems, I have no major complaints about the car.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: great fuel mileage, have had no engine or transmission issues, overall been very dependable

Cons: have had a lot of problems with control arm bushings going bad

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2007 Chevrolet Cobalt LS Coupe FWDReview
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Sporty Gas Saver With Low Mileage. — People notice when you are driving the Cobalt 2 Door Coupe. It has the look and feel of a sports car without the price of a sports car. It is fun to drive, and it gets awesome gas mileage. The interior is pretty quiet, and the seats are comfortable. The car performs pretty well for a four cylinder.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: This car is fun to drive and very sporty. It gets the best gas mileage from any car I've driven, which is especially important these days. It handles relatively well, and the four cylinder engine performs pretty well. It also has a surprising amount of trunk space.

Cons: This not a family car by any means. The back seats are functional, but, like most sports cars, they are not the most comfortable.

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2007 Chevrolet Cobalt LS Sedan FWDReview
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Reliable — This car it's a LS model and it does not have a cruise control. It drives good that's the car my wife drives for in city driving because She fills the car is very reliable. I recommend this car but I would make sure it has a cruise control next time.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Gas saver

Cons: No cruise control

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Reviews From Other Years

2010 Chevrolet Cobalt Reviews

Review By Jonathan

It had some expected things to do but happy so far Read More

Nice Little 2 Car Or Kids 1 Car By Hajoro

Good for 2 people for around good on gas, town ok for 2nd car car rides a little hard but runs good only have one problem pickle power steering well made it difficult to drive but was fixed right awa... Read More

2009 Chevrolet Cobalt Reviews

Review By GuruJSG1V

This is an awesome vehicle, excellent condition and destined to be a collectors item in years to come! Read More

Totally Under Estimated This Car By Jimmy

I am used to big muscle cars and rwd cars, so down sizing to this was a tad bit awkward for me. but wow was I blown away when I drove this car. it had the GM Stage one kit on it when I bought and wow ... Read More

2008 Chevrolet Cobalt Reviews

Review By severeisback

I had already bought a 2007 Cobalt and had it for 13 years so it was a no brainer for me. One of the most comfortable cars I’ve ever owned. Read More

Review By Cash

Its a good reliable car for its year, that year has a good trans so should run for a while, can probably go up to 300k if well kept and new oil change every so often Read More

2006 Chevrolet Cobalt Reviews

Review By GuruBL66D

Was not a Good value. Trunk was couldnt open. Car was very dirty. Noticeable damage and dents. Read More

Review By Guru9D5HLZ

Moon roof won’t close. Condition of inside is bad. Motor is ok. Paperwork alone is $500 on top of car price. Not worth it. Read More

2005 Chevrolet Cobalt Reviews

Good For Short Commutes, Easy Handling By Robin5457

The interior is fairly big for the car being the size it is. As long as you're a passenger it's a comfortable ride. It would be more comfortable for the driver if there was cruise control. The one I d... Read More

I Love This Little Car! By tgkc3

This is the perfect little car. She was super inexpensive to purchase, even brand new, and very inexpensive to maintain. I've had her for 9 years now, and she shows no signs of slowing down. I plan ... Read More

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