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Where can I find the value of a 2006 Chevy Cobalt?

Where can I find the value of a 2006 Chevy Cobalt?

The term “Blue Book Value” might refer to the Kelley Blue Book value, but is often used as a generic expression for a given vehicle’s market value. You can find the market value of your 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt on Edmunds. You’ll need to know some basic facts about your vehicle, such as the mileage, condition, option packages and trim level.

What kind of car is the Chevy Cobalt?

Enter the 2010 Chevrolet Cobalt, an attractive small car with a bit more size, style and equipment than its entry-level competitors, but with a reasonable price tag and good gas mileage. Available as either a coupe or sedan, and in a number of trims including a spicy SS model, the Cobalt definitely merits a test drive.

What’s the price of a 2010 Chevy Cobalt?

The 2010 Chevrolet Cobalt LS Coupe and Sedan have a Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) starting around $17,000, the Cobalt LT adds another couple hundred dollars and the SS starts around the $25,000 mark. To get your best price, be sure to check the Fair Purchase Price; it shows the typical transaction price being paid in your area.

What’s the turning radius of a Chevy Cobalt?

Chevrolet claims a turning radius, curb-to-curb, of just 37.4 feet, handy for dealing with tight spots. Standard XM Satellite Radio is rare in this price range. Once you’ve tried it on a long trip, you’re likely to become a satisfied customer.

What kind of car is the Chevrolet Cobalt?

Eight versions are offered for 2006, including two additional SS editions. Sedans come in LS, LT, LTZ and SS trim levels; coupes are offered in LS, LT, SS and SS Supercharged editions. Distinct interiors and wheels help in differentiating the models.

How big are the wheels on a Chevrolet Cobalt?

Built on a 103.3-inch wheelbase, the Cobalt measures a bit more than 180 inches long overall and 67.9 inches wide. Front and rear stabilizer bars are installed. LS and LT models ride on 15-inch tires, the LTZ holds 16-inchers, the SS gets 17-inch tires and the SS Supercharged coupe is fitted with 18-inch wheels.

When did the Chevrolet Cobalt get a new computer?

The LS and LT1 retained the standard 4×100. In addition, the 2007 model year marked the introduction of a new 32-bit computer that replaced the 16-bit unit from 2006. 2008: The 2.4 L naturally aspirated, high-output SS coupe and SS sedan were renamed to just “Sport Coupe” and “Sport Sedan” respectively.

Is the 2005 Chevy Cobalt a good car?

(Junk) Car really blends in with the traffic on busy hiways. Is quiet and actually quite comfortable. Doesn’t have all the expensive junk the new cars force you to take. Had cruise control installed right away, one new set of tires and one new battery. Is a great car. You get what you buy for!!! I bought the car with just $1800.

When was the last time I serviced my Chevy Cobalt?

1st owner drove an estimated 9,670 miles/year • 2nd owner drove an estimated 0 miles/year • 3rd owner drove an estimated 5,193 miles/year • 4th owner drove an estimated 7,205 miles/year. Last serviced in Oregon City, OR on 05/20/21 • Vehicle serviced • Vehicle washed/detailed.

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Ruth Doyle