here hereflyingtoaster said:Last time I checked, the Cobalt was a good looking and generously powered small car that is a step up the market from the Cavalier. The SS would eat any stock Civic, Corolla, or Sentra, and probably the Si, XRS, and SE-R.
you sound like a domestic boy talking about honda/toyota 25 years ago...more ignorant than anything i would saysinyo2000 said:I guess Cobalt tries to "help" Neon
which literally failed becoming Import wannaBee
that's what i see, guess a lot more you out there too
OK in that case...///M3ssican said:I don't much respect for a car they just slapped on a turbo/supercharger and called it day.
Surely the WRX and Evo are turboed, but they have been on that platform since start, just how like Porsche continues their heritage.
But when a company says "hey-lets-add-FI-instead-of-improving-the-engine" I honestly don't give them much props
GM's been whoring the SS bading out lately. It's fine on a rwd v8 car, but not on a fwd, 6cyl, or 4cyl cars.hobie237 said:well, its jsut another import fighter, or wannabee if you want to put it that way...
i just dont like seeing an SS badge on something other than our chevelle...
njn63 said:no, it used to mean high powered performance vehicle (at least, to me). That performance can come from anything.
But wait, are you guys more embarassed by the Impala SS or the Cobalt SS? Because the Impala was deffinatly not worthy of the name.