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**claps with excitement** The car looks great, IMO. I love how much the coupe is differentiated from the sedan. The sedan gets "un-round-ish" taillights. Also- the sedan seems to have a nice short rear-- very sporty. The pics of the interior show one that is much more refined.-- fairly nice for entry level. I can't wait to see what kind of drive-reviews the car gets. I looks like GM did their homework on this one... they better have.
 

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Originally posted by Hunter@Dec 28 2003, 02:33 PM
I cant really see the back of the sedan, though.
yeah- it seems there's not a good shot of it. There is a close-up of the taillight, and the sideview of the sedan... I would like a nice full rear-shot though. :(
 

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Originally posted by LGRpup@Dec 28 2003, 04:11 PM
Is it just me or do the sedans tail lights look the one everyone hated in the G6 spy pic??? Maybe they had the rear ends mixed up? Go get em COBALT!
Yeah- I saw a resemblance as well. **looks at the picture again** Hm-- looks very similar... I don't think we could have mistaken a shot of the G6 for the Cobalt though... the rear on the Cobalt is far too squashy for that. Does anyone know if the same designer worked on both cars?
 

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Originally posted by parakleets@Dec 28 2003, 09:08 PM
Look at Mazda's site, and check out the new Mazda3. It is a small car, in Cobalt's class, and it's interior design and exterior design far outshine Chevy's similarly new entry.
I can say that I'm happy with the exterior design of the Cobalt. The interior looks great too, but after viewing Mazda's site on the Mazda3, I can see where "par" may be moving... But-- the Mazda's interior may be more appealing to some, but many people may prefer the more conservative interior of the Cobalt. The 3 and Cobalt are in the same class based on size and price, but the Mazda is really trying to appeal to a slightly different crowd than the Chevy. Chevy should always be slightly more traditional, IMO. But Pontiac certainly needs an offering in the U.S. to compete with the likes of the Mazda3.
 
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