2006 Chevrolet Cobalt SS Supercharged 2dr Coupe (2.0L 4cyl S/C 5M)
Since the day I first drove the car, it has never ceased to amaze me. Powerful acceleration, superb handling, and sleek styling all contrbute to the inherent appeal of the car. For all the doubters, the power is definitely there. I've driven it all and I say, all the competitors in its class have a problem on their hands. The supercharger makes this quite a little competitor even for the V-8 boys. The car handles well in the twisties and can take anything you can throw at it. The interior may not be up to luxury standards but it's acceptable for the price range. As long as you remember what you paid for it, you'll always think you got away with murder
Power, low-end torque, styling, wheels, sound system is incredible, and with a stage 1 upgrade, the supercharger whine turns heads. Gets a lot of looks and is rare to boot.
Interior could be a little bigger, and some interior plastics could be done away with. Supercharger can be intrusive if driven hard but shouldn't bother you if you buy it. Also steering feel a bit sloppy and clutch too sticky. With so much low-end torque, LSD should be standard
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