I've owned my Cobalt for almost three months now and I am highly satisfied with it. It is leaps and bounds better than my previous car, a 2004 Dodge Neon. It's a sporty coupe, which is exactly what I wanted. Even with all the extra features ordered, it only came to 17K. While shopping, it was between the Cobalt or the new, 2006 Civic, and I chose the Cobalt because it included more options at a lower price. To receive the same with the Civic, I would have had to purchase the highest-end model. All in all, my Cobalt coupe has been a pleasure to own.
Sport-appearance package, steering wheel mounted audio controls, driver information center, power moonroof, automatic headlights
"Cancel" button needed for cruise control, limited visibility through rearview mirror, non-sporty steering wheel (3-spoke would be much better)
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