Chevrolet Cobalt (2009)

Sale price: US $500.00 Make an Offer

Condition: Seller notes:
“Runs extremely well. Rust on front hood and rocker panels. Low mileage. Very LOW Reserve. See description below.”
Year: 2009 VIN : 1G1AK58H697171550
Mileage: 128000 Engine: 4 Cylinder Engine 2.2L/134
Power Options: --, Air Conditioning, Cruise Control Model: Cobalt
Transmission: Automatic Interior Color: Gray
Fuel Type: Gasoline For Sale By: Dealer
Exterior Color: Silver Make: Chevrolet
Trim: LT Drive Type: FWD
Vehicle Title: Clean Body Type: 4dr Car
Warranty: Unspecified Options: 2.2L DOHC SFI "ECOTEC" L4 ENGINE, CD Player

Cleveland, Ohio, United States

Vehicle description

2009 Chevrolet Cobalt LT 160000 Miles Great Car for basic transportation - CHEAP! Engine and transmission run great and smooth. This was mom"s car. No longer need. Low Reserve. Low maintenance car. Vehicle Description Introduced a few years ago as a replacement to the Cavalier, the Chevrolet Cobalt presents a much more modern entry in the economy-car segment. Improvements over the Cavalier in the areas of performance, ride quality, cabin materials and crash tests have strengthened the position of Chevy"s import fighter. And yes, the Cobalt is without question a much better car than the Cavalier.
The 2009 Chevrolet Cobalt has a lot going for it. Even the base model provides peppy performance and a quiet ride. And an extensive roster of dealer-installed options like a performance exhaust system and ground effects allow more personalization than most competitors. Buyers in this class are typically more interested in overall quality and a comfortable cabin than a snarling exhaust or racy body styling. Seat comfort offers lateral bolstering, and under-thigh support.
As indicated in an economy car comparison test, the Chevy Cobalt excels in acceleration. 2009 Chevrolet Cobalt models The 2009 Chevrolet Cobalt LS models feature 15-inch wheels, air-conditioning, a driver-seat height adjuster, a split-folding rear seat and a standard CD player. Performance & mpg A 2.2-liter inline 4-cylinder engine powers this LS model. With 145 horsepower, 155 pound-feet of torque and a broad powerband, that engine makes the Cobalt one of the faster economy cars available with a 4-speed automatic available as an option. Safety Antilock brakes are optional on LS models, and standard on all other Cobalts. Full-length side curtain airbags are optional across the board. All but the base LS model can be equipped with OnStar telematics. In side-impact crash testing performed by the IIHS, the Chevy Cobalt earned an "Acceptable" rating (second highest of four) when equipped with side curtain airbags and a "Poor" rating (the lowest possible) without them. Frontal offset testing by the IIHS resulted in a "Good" rating (the highest possible). NHTSA testing resulted in four stars out of five for the driver and a perfect five for the passenger in frontal-impact tests. In side-impact tests, a Cobalt sedan with the side curtain airbags garnered three stars (four for the coupe) up front and four stars in back, while a coupe without the airbags earned four stars for both the front and rear. Driving You"ll have ample power for just about any situation. Commuters will enjoy the Chevy Cobalt"s smooth, quiet ride, but the car"s handling is less impressive. The suspension allows little body roll, and the electric steering is reliable. Interior Inside, attractive gauges and a full-featured stereo head unit give the 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt a modern feel.
Vehicle Reviews Consumer Reviews Read what other owners think about the 2009 Chevrolet Cobalt. 5 (51%) 4 (36%) 3 (11%) 2 (2%) 1 (0%) 4.4 91 reviews Write a review See all 91 reviews Trending topics in reviews fuel efficiency value handling & steering interior appearance comfort acceleration driving experience engine reliability & manufacturing quality seats sound system ride quality transmission safety towing off-roading maintenance & parts steering wheel wheels & tires dashboard lights doors climate control warranty electrical system infotainment system oil spaciousness road noise brakes visibility emission system Most helpful consumer reviews Fun First Car mizmwise, 03/12/2012 I bought my Cobalt new and have put 56,000 miles on it. I love it! I"m religious about servicing it and have had zero mechanical problems. I get 40 mpg highway easily. For a relatively inexpensive car it handles great and has decent power. I live where it gets cold as hell in the winter and it starts every morning, and it does alright on the snow and ice. There is pretty limited storage space, and the blindspots are pretty significant. Everything seems pretty solid still. Of course there are little rattles here and there, but nothing crazy. Everything has stayed pretty tight and sealed up. The ride on the highway is smooth and fairly quiet. Overall, I think this is an awesome car! Read more fuel pump defect: message from Customer Service bob lyon, 11/04/2015 LT 2dr Coupe (2.2L 4cyl 5M) Dear Robert, Thank you for getting back to Chevrolet Customer Assistance. Please accept our sincere apologies for our delayed response to your email due to the high email volume. We have processed the information using the vehicle identification number (1G1AS58H197166725) and found out that there is a special coverage #12191. This is to make you aware that some 2009 Chevrolet Cobalt may have a condition where the plastic supply or return port on the fuel pump cracks and leaks fuel or fuel vapors. Fuel vapors, in the presence of an ignition source, could potentially cause a vehicle fire. The symptoms of this condition are: - A noticeable fuel odor while the vehicle is being driven or after it is parked - The Check Engine Soon light may be illuminated on the instrument cluster - If the crack is large enough, fuel may be observed on the ground, or vehicle performance may be affected We are conducting a program to address this issue. The program is a special coverage and under it should a vehicle ever experience this condition, the owner must take the vehicle to their GM dealer and have the dealer inspect the vehicle, confirm the condition, and then repair that vehicle for free. Repairs and adjustments qualifying under this special coverage must be performed by a GM dealer for diagnosis and inspection. We also found two open recalls #14092 "Ignition Switch Replacement" and # 14133 "Replace Ignition Key". Read more
Negotiation Insights Edmunds Price Comparison Well below market average Great Price: $2,499 $2,500 $3,030 $4,010 Great Good Fair High
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