Used 2010 ChevroletCobalt LS Sedan

  • VIN: 1G1AA5F52A7124810
  • Stock: 23774J
On The Lot
at Community Lincoln of Bloomington
Location Details
Odometer
130,000 miles
Fuel Economy
25.0/37.0 mpg City/Hwy
Exterior Color
Victory Red
Interior Color
Gray
Body
Sedan
Transmission
5 Speed Manual
Drivetrain
Front-wheel Drive
Engine
2.2L I-4 cyl
Chevrolet Cobalt

Detailed Specifications

Dealer Notes

LOCAL TRADE IN! STICK SHIFT! SUPER AFFORDABLE GAS SAVING SEDAN! This 2010 Chevrolet Cobalt is a local trade in for a new Ford Ranger. This LS sedan has 130,000 miles, a five speed manual transmission, is a non smoker vehicle, and has a price tag around $4,000! In our inspection, we changed the oil, replaced the wiper blades, replaced the front brakes, and replaced the air filter. Call us at 855-527-3325 for more information to schedule your test drive! Experience the difference at Community Ford Lincoln of Bloomington, where we will get your deal done in minutes, not hours! All of our used vehicles are inspected and reconditioned to the highest standards in our area. We are proud to serve the communities of Bloomington, Bedford, Spencer, Martinsville, Nashville, Columbus, and everywhere else in Monroe, Morgan, Green, Brown, and Lawrence counties! We offer a huge selection of used and certified pre-owned cars, vans, SUVs, crossover, and trucks. Come visit us at 2200 South Walnut St. in Bloomington or at Communitycars.com, where you can shop for over 1000 new and used vehicles in one convenient location! We make every effort to be totally up front and transparent in everything we do.

KBB.com Consumer Reviews

Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
Overall4.5Out of 5
  • Great value for simplicity & reliability.

    By Pawntec on Thursday, May 23, 2019

    5.0
    I own two of this cars both a 2006 LS manual(my daily) since brand new and put all 100k miles on it and very little issues including the key issue which wasn't really an issue just don't put so much stuff on your key chain. A 2010 SS manual(my fun car i only drive in the dry summer days) for a couple years now and also works flawlessly besides the maintenance. I'm hard when i drive/race my cars but i also take care of them which is the biggest key with almost all cars these days. The 2010 SS is such a blast to drive and will take anything within $20k msrp price differential hands down. great performance price per pound. Super easy to upgrade to make it faster. Gm even has a book/guide (GM Sport Compact Performance Build Book - 3rd Edition) which you can find online for free which will help you guide on building this car to your needs/wants. They logged all the data they learned while racing these chassis when they were building them and made a guide/book out of all that data. Super awesome GM did that if you ask me! With some $$$ you can easily make this car a super car slayer but of course fwd but hey some of the fastest records on some tracks are held by fwd cars. Fwd is a great platform for almost every motor sport besides drag which isn't as easy to put the power down from a dig. Can be done but require more know how and such with suspension geometry & setup to help get that FWD gold. My 2006 LS is my daily which has been and awesome car here in south central Alaska. With a great set of x-ice studless Michelin tires i was able to go anywhere almost any awd/4wd car/truck can go in the winter months. just the slow steep inclines are a little tricky with fwd but on that note because of the fwd highway speeds on the snow/ice is awesome because of the pulling nature of the fwd vs 4wd/awd(which can be front drive axle bias on most awd's) is more forgiving when it starts to slip at those faster speeds. if it was super deep i do have a set of low profile chains which top out at 25mph but is a little billy goat and nothing stops it then with the chains. This car whenever i get the time/$$$ will become my project and the GM Sport Compact Performance Build Book - 3rd Edition will be my bible then for the build. I want to build this for everything this platform can be. This care is super easy, cheap & reliable to work on yourself. I've done all the work on the car myself besides the clutch since i don't have a proper garage with a lift and such to do that job which is a real pain if you don't have those tools. The interior is at the price point but i still don't know why people get so worked up for the plastic dash and such. not like your always touching it or anything. all i care about is if it rattles or such. if it's plastic it's also easier to work with including clean then the soft materials. Sadly enough it's getting harder to find one that has been properly maintained so they might be a little rough. but if i ever sell mine they'll be in good shape.
  • So far, so excellent

    By overrevv on Saturday, August 28, 2010

    5.0
    The comfort and ride/handling has been a real surpise. The fuel mileage is excellent, averaging 33+mpg for my 44 mile daily commute with one passenger. The fit, finish and accessories can't be beat, for the price, in my book. Overall, this is one great car and a pleasant surprise up to this point
  • All around great choice in a small American Car

    By Cobalt10 on Tuesday, December 06, 2011

    5.0
    I am a tech for Nissan and I bought this car instead of a Nissan. If that doesn't speak volumes, than I dont know what to say. It is very comfortable for a daily commute and easy on your wallet. It is very inexpensive to maintain which is great for people on a tight budget. Great fuel economy as well. Performance is surprising from the 2.2L which offers great acceleration and plenty of get up and go when you need it. I put a K

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