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Pros: almost everything
Cons: no power seatsi love this car and when i need the power it's there. It is good on gas so it won,t break the bank.
Pros: the foglights
Cons: the hubcapsI have a cobalt LT sedan and love it!
Pros: The sporty look of the car
Cons: The turning radius of the vehicle, its terrible!The cover plates inside the door handles and around the stereo started flaking off not even 6 months after I got it. The turning radius on this car is horrible and it's not my driving, I have had several friends drive it and they have said the same thing.
Love this car
Pros: Overall appearance
Cons: If you are not tall the passenger seat is very difficult to sit in as you are too low to see over the hoodBeautiful car that is so much fun to drive and really turns heads!! Once you get used to working with the 'blind spots' it becomes second nature
Pros: smooth ride
Cons: the dealership where i bought the veci like my impala a lot , but before that i owned an explorer and that was my favorite vec . ,so i would like to try a suv ,crossover type vec again . plus the dealership . broadheadsville chevy sucked big time and that left a bad taste in my mouth
Pros: the color
Cons: car beingto smallIt is a ok car. I think it should be alittle bit better on gas because its so small
A little too civilized
Pros: Heads UP display & power
Cons: Voice commandThe car is a spectacular performer and without a doubt the most bang for the buck you can have without restoring something. The interior is better than the C5 but still needs work, the seats bolsters break down, the transparent top spiderwebs, the gas mileage is awesome I get an average of 22.3 per gallon HiTest, Better than my wife's 2010 TL. The navigation is weak the voice command is useless,magnetic shocks,Chrome wheels (2k) option, skip that stuff, the autotrans paddles are fair at best, when you put the car in S (shift) rather than Sport like the BMW, Acura, etc the trans still has the same shift points unless you use the paddles. I have every option $57.K and suggest that most is a waste, magnetic shocks,2 tops, etc. I suggest the 2lt which gives you side airbags, skip the 3lt, you can install HUD DIY for 360, get a TomTom 5inch, comp grey wheels (360) you will have a great vette, Had a 6 spd 05 before with z51 think that is the best vette for the money. Until GM puts a more responsive autotrans you should go with the 6speed unless it takes you an hour to go 5 miles to work. This is my 8th, still have a C2 & C3 and I will get another C6 but with 6spd.