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The new 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt features a four-speed automatic transmission and a variety of standard features. The ECOTEC 2.2L 4-CYLINDER SFI engine is smooth and powerful. The steering wheel and shift paddles are both powered by electric motors, which help the vehicle to accelerate quickly. Full perimeter fastening increases driveline stiffness and reduces noise. The Dexron VI fluid is used to keep the unit running smoothly and quiet. The fuel tank is filled once, which makes it easy to service without having to replace fluid. The transmission is filled for life, and does not require scheduled maintenance.
Unlike many compact cars, the Cobalt can be upgraded to a four-speed automatic. The standard transmission is a five-speed manual, which delivers smooth shifting. The SS Supercharged comes with an F35 five-speed manual transmission with greater torque capacity. The SS Cobalt has a short-throw shifter that complements the performance-oriented transmission. It also has a 4.05:1 axle ratio, which helps it to move faster.
The new Cobalt's interiors are comfortable and accentuate ride comfort. Its 60/40-folding rear seats and easy access to the trunk are some of the more notable features. In addition, the LT and SS models have leather seats and perforated color-keyed inserts for a sporty look. There are many standard features in the Cobalt, including a driver information center and Bluetooth.
The Cobalt is available with a number of performance options. The LT and SS trims have a performance-oriented exhaust system that makes the vehicle even louder. Its high-mounted spoiler and mandrel-bent tubing allow for a throaty purr and aggressive growl, which is sure to meet local ordinances. The interior is also equipped with an assortment of accessories. The LS and SS have a brushed aluminum pedal set with raised rubber traction surfaces.
The 2007 Cobalt comes with eight different models, including a coupe and a sedan. All models have a Gas 4-Cyl 2.2L/134 engine, and a 4-speed automatic transmission. The LT trims are available with two different suspensions and three manual recliners. The LT is equipped with a standard power-steering-mode, while the LX has a stepped-rear-rear-rear-split bench. A third option is a handbrake. The LS is also equipped with an electrically assisted steering system.
The 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt transmission is available in four speeds. The standard transmission is the Getrag F23 five-speed manual, which is known for smooth shifting. The F35 manual is the most advanced and capable of handling the SS Supercharged model. It offers a higher torque capacity and a short-throw shifter. The LT and SS models are equipped with a Preferred Equipment Group (PEG).