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pretty bad
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
6,000 miles

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2010 Chevrolet Cobalt Owner Comments

problem #1

Dec 032010


  • 6,000 miles


Suspension sounds like we are bottoming the car out all the time. It can happen anytime we meet a crook in the road. Sounds like the car is going to break in half. We feel this problem could end up resulting in a catastrophic disaster. Took it in and the dealership said that the battery bracket (which is located in the trunk, who would've thought) was loose and the fuel protector bracket was loose (on the front of the car). The dealership tightened the brackets and said all was fixed. We drove out of the parking lot and we still heard the problem. We have called the service department back and they said, "it's gotta be something else!" we have also been putting in complaints on the comfort of this vehicle. If you plan on traveling for more than 10 miles at a time, do not purchase a 2010 Chevrolet Cobalt LT2. Our daughter in which is only 25 yrs old couldn't even ride in this car for 20 minutes without getting a backache. These cars are horrible in the winter snow and ice. They are of no comparison to the original Chevrolet cavalier. They really should look into going back to those little cars, for they are great little cars all the way around. I have a 2002, and am so happy I still have it. I am trying to trade the Cobalt back in and gmac is telling us that we will have a high percentage rate because we haven't had the car for a year. Well we don't want this little ice skate, it is so unsafe. Who would want to keep an unsafe vehicle? I think they should really start investigated the suspension issues since upon our research, we've found this has been going on since 2006, and nobody can figure out how to fix it. Maybe that's why this is the last year for the Chevy Cobalt. They should all be taken off the market on recalls and people should be compensated for their heart ache and unsatisfactory outcomes. Someone needs to research this and get it taken care of. This is America!

- East Jordan, MI, USA

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