So, What do you guys think of the Chevrolet Cobalt?
Basicaly my moms getting me a new car for 2 reasons, 1) graduation gift 2) my old car broke down
So, I might be getting a Yellow Chevrolet Cobalt LS 2.2L 4 cylinder
This is what i think. Congradulations for graduating, and the car doesnt look to shabby at all. Unfortunetly i dont have my permit yet ... also how is the gas mileage? and is it stick(the onmly way to drive)?
It looks cute is it good on gas?
I think they're too small...for me anyway.
Get a Malibu. I have a black 06, and it's the business. I get like 28 hwy, city mileage depends on which city. Lubbock, where the speed limit is 35 everywhere and people literally go 25, and there are stop lights every 100-200 feet (no joke, unfortunately), I only get about 21.
I would get a Malibu but Its not in the budget. It will look way awesome once I get some money to work on it, It gets like 24 city, 33 highway. And since its a 4knocker that will help.
I could get a stick, but my mom hasn't taught me and she doesn't want me to tear up a new transmission learning how. Plus people always stop so close behind cars, I would undoutably creep back as I'm shifting from stop. I would then need a new rear bumper. I also live in a more rural area, so it will get better millage.
I could get another color but I like the yellow, I want a bright color, every one has darker colored cars. I like sticking out especially when its my car.
(i don't graduate yet i graduate in like 2 months)
Well congradualtions in 2 months... remind me and i will throw a party
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Lol yeah that book "how to speed and get away with it" says you should avoid bright colored cars like red, yellow, and orange.
And bright green is just irritating.
Not sure what your budget is... but for reliability and resale value, check out Hondas. The Civic is a nice car. The Mazda 3 is also solid.
Remember, no shame in getting a used car. You avoid the hit of depreciation and save a few dollars... and if you get something like a Civic, that thing will run for 200,000+ miles.
Good luck. I know a fair amount about cars, so feel free to PM me with questions.
Not mustard yellow please..........
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