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Chevrolet Cobalt – a compact car, produced from 2004 to 2010 in North America. Since 2011, the car of the same name, oriented to the markets of developing countries, has been produced, but has nothing in common with the first generation.
The first series
Originally, this index produced an American compact car, introduced in 2004 and 2005 model years, replacing the models Cavalier and Prizm.
Cobalt of the first series was produced with coupe and sedan bodies and was based on GM Delta platform together with such cars as Chevrolet HHR and Saturn Ion. There was also a much more productive version of Super Sport. All Cobalt were manufactured at the GM plant in Lordstown, Ohio. According to the classification of the United States Environmental Protection Agency, Cobalt belonged to subcompact cars.
Also, Cobalt was sold as Pontiac G4 / G5 / Pursuit.
In 2009, Chevrolet is developing a replacement for the first Cobalt series – the Chevrolet Cruze (based on the Delta II platform). In the same year, it begins to be sold in Europe, and in 2010 – and in the US. Cobalt production ceased in June 2010.
The front suspension is independent McPherson, the rear suspension is a semi-independent torsion bar. The length of the wheelbase is 103.3 inches (2624 mm), larger than that of competitors, and the width is 68.4 inches (1737 mm). Weight is 2,261 pounds (1216 kg) in the coupe and 2,777 pounds (1,246 kg) for the sedans. In 2009, the Agency for Environmental Protection set the following fuel consumption standards: 24 mpg (9.8 l / 100 km) in the city, 34 mpg (6.9 l / 100 km) on the highway with automatic transmission ; 26 miles per gallon (9.0 l / 100 km) in the city, 37 mpg (6.4 l / 100 km) on the highway with a manual transmission. Engine power was 155 liters. from. (116 kW).
- 2006 – a modification of the Cobalt SS with a supercharger was added to the lineup. This car was equipped with a four-cylinder inline engine Ecotec. The basic configuration of Cobalt is LS, at the middle level – LT, at the top – LTZ. Like most other GM cars this year, all models receive the “Mark of Excellence” emblem on the front fenders.
- 2007 – both available engines get more power while maintaining the same savings. 2.2 liters Ecotec engine now had a capacity of 148 liters. from. (110 kW), and 2.4 liters Ecotec – 173 liters. from. (129 kW). Other changes included a new dashboard, a steering wheel, a radio with an audio connector. In addition, all models, except LS and LT1, used wheel bolts 5×110. LS and LT1 continue to use standard 4×100. In 2007 cars received 32-bit computer systems in place of the former 16-bit ones.
- 2008 – high-performance coupe and SS sedans are renamed to “Sport Coupe” and “Sport Sedan” respectively. The new Cobalt SS receives a 260-liter engine. from. (194 kW) with a turbocharger in place of the former (with a supercharger), used in 2005-2007. In the middle of the year, the economy increased to 25 miles per gallon (9.4 liters / 100 km) in the city and up to 36 miles per gallon (6.5 l / 100 km) on the highway for the LS and 1LT models, as well as coupes and saloons with MKPP. Similar machines are marked as XFE (X-tra Fuel Economy). Standard equipment includes: XM Radio, side airbags, MP3 player and stability control system StabiliTrak. Also, several new body and interior colors were added. The new SS coupe (turbocharged) appears in May 2008, being an updated version of 2005-2007.
- 2009 – models of the “Sport Coupe” and “Sport Sedan” with a 2.4 liter engine, as well as a 2.2 liter L61 engine are excluded from the model range. They were replaced with a 2.2 liter LAP engine with even more power and economy. Also in the lineup was added sedan SS. Changed three available body colors and removed neutral colors for the interior. Bluetooth equipment and (optional) reconfigurable display are included.
In 2011, the Cobalt index reborn, but for a completely different budget car, developed by the Brazilian division GM based on the platform GM Gamma and located in size between the models Cruze and Aveo. In 2012, Cobalt production of the second series also started in Uzbekistan for the domestic market. In August 2012, the car was presented at the Moscow Motor Show, and in 2013 sales began in Russia. The first machines were imported from Brazil, then assembly was started for the Russian market in Uzbekistan. The new Cobalt is positioned as a competitor to Renault Logan.