Coupe Starting at $14,190*

  • 145-hp 2.2L ECOTEC DOHC engine
  • Five-speed manual transmission
  • Front cloth bucket seats and 60/40 split-bench rear seat
  • AM/FM stereo with CD player
  • Air conditioning
  • 15-inch wheels and tires
  • Premium Ride suspension
  • Electric power steering LS Coupe (in addition to, or in place of, Cobalt Coupe features) Starting at $16,485*
  • Sport Cloth front bucket seats and 60/40 split-bench rear seat
  • Uplevel AM/FM stereo with CD player
  • Four-wheel antilock brakes
  • Cargo convenience net in trunk
  • Cruise control
  • Power windows and door locks
  • Body-color power outside rearview mirrors
  • 15-inch aluminum wheels
  • Available Sport Package with rear spoiler, 16-inch wheels and more SS Supercharged Coupe (in addition to, or in place of, Cobalt LS features) Starting at $21,995*
  • 205-hp 2.0L ECOTEC Supercharged DOHC engine
  • 18-inch wheels and tires, high-mounted rear spoiler, foglamps, and front and rear fascias
  • SS Supercharged specific five-speed manual transmission
  • Leather-appointed front bucket seats with color-keyed perforated inserts
  • AM/FM stereo with CD/MP3 player
  • Seven-speaker Pioneer premium sound system
  • Titanium-faced instrumentation, including a boost gauge
  • Leather-wrapped steering wheel with audio and cruise controls
  • Body-color power outside rearview mirrors
  • Four-wheel antilock disc brakes

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    Chevrolet offers 18 vehicles and many different enhanced versions in its home market. The vehicles range from subcompact cars to medium duty commercial trucks. Its number one seller in the United States is the Silverado pickup. Chevrolet continues to be the performance, price, MPG, and value leader for General Motors North America.

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    Chevrolet was founded by Louis Chevrolet (Swiss-French) and William C. Durant (American). Louis Chevrolet was a race-car driver, and William Durant, founder of General Motors, had been forced out of GM in 1910. He wanted to use Chevrolet's designs to rebuild his own reputation as a force in the automobile industry. As head of Buick Motor Company, prior to founding GM, Durant had hired Chevrolet to drive Buicks in promotional races.

    Chevrolet first used its "bowtie" logo in 1913. It is said to have been designed from wallpaper Durant once saw in a French hotel. Another theory is that it is a stylized version either of the shape of Switzerland or the cross on the flag of Switzerland, Louis Chevrolet's birthplace.

    In 1915, Durant was in the process of setting up Chevrolet production facilities in Toronto, Canada. Later that year, during a luncheon meeting in New York with "Colonel Sam" McLaughlin, whose McLaughlin Motor Car Company manufactured McLaughlin-Buick cars, it was agreed that Chevrolets with McLaughlin-designed bodies would be added to the Canadian company's product line. Three years later, the two Canadian operations (Chevrolet was by then a part of GM in the United States) were bought by GM to become General Motors of Canada Ltd.

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