WHAT a difference a new engine, new transmission, new springs and shocks, new wheels, new brakes and new shift linkage make.
A few weeks ago, Mike Clark wrote about the Chevrolet Cobalt LS coupe, and while it was certainly a decent, solid entry-level car for Joe and Jane Carleaser, it didn't exactly stand out.
A transmission geared more for fuel economy than performance, long shifter throws and comfort-sprung suspension aren't exactly going to warm a driving enthusiast's heart.
Step into the Cobalt SS-Supercharged and it's like stepping into an entirely different car. Which, largely, it is.
Source: Winnipeg Free Press