The current generation Cobalt LTZ competes effectively against the Ford Focus, Toyota Corolla and Honda Civic models. The LTZ is a refined and quiet small car built on stiff and strong platform. The model delivers smooth and crisp handling.
The 2007 Cobalt is a high value, inexpensive car with a worthy look and it is also featured with the amenities like Onstar, heated leather seats, MP3, and XM satellite radio.
Engine & Performance
The Cobalt LTZ 2007 version is powered by a standard 2.2 liter Ecotec engine and it also offers 2.4 liter model as optional but with more power. Both the engines are mated to a standard automatic transmission with remote vehicle starter. The equipments have been upgraded and these include auxiliary input jack, AM/FM stereo with CD player and three spoke steering wheel. The new choice to the 2007 Cobalt LTZ version includes an AM/Fm stereo with MP3 playback and in-dash 6-CD player.
The new model is equipped with light weight and strong 16 inch high vent steel wheels. The 2.2 liter I-4 engine can produce power up to 148 hp at an angular speed of 5600 rpm and it is mated to a standard four-speed automatic transmission. With the powerful engine, the Cobalt LTZ version can achieve fuel economy of 24 miles per gallon in the city premises, while 32 miles per gallon on the highway roads.