2006 Chevrolet Cobalt LTZ 4dr Sedan (2.2L 4cyl 4A)
After shopping around with the other US made car dealers, we decided on the LTZ. For the features, you could not find a better deal. Plus, we are pretty much Chevy fans. We made a great choice. Being overseas, we rode in Audi, Mercedes and Volvo cars with our friends, and unless you really want to spend $40+K for a foreign made car, the LTZ is the way to go. It is a great ride and the MPGs are great. We are averaging about 32 MPG. Plus, the Pioneer sound system in the LTZ is fabulous. Chevy definitely has made a winner.
The car seems to wander a bit on the road mostly due to the condition of the freeway. So the front suspension or tire selection may need to be tweaked. Include information in the owner's manual on changing the oil filter since it is a canister type. However, it is not difficult to change.
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