’05 Chevy Cobalt Sedan

So for the last few days I’ve been talking about my future car purchase, I figure I’ll share some more information with you.

2005 Chevrolet Cobalt Sedan This is the 2005 Chevrolet Cobalt Sedan. While this isn’t the exact picture from the listing, this is the exact car that I’m looking into, right down to the color. It has only 44,000 miles on it and it’s going to cost me about $8,000. It comes standard with just about everything I could need in a car. The car-fax report on it has told me that it was never in an accident and according to the dealership the car was owned by a non-smoker with no pets. The interior images show me that the car is very, very clean and I have to say that I’m itching to get some money in my pocket so I can show up and just take it off the lot. A big thing for me is power windows, mainly because I’m sick of cranking the broken one’s down on the Baretta. It also has three cigarette outlets. This will definitely help me out on those long trips considering I’m going to have my iPod with me. Unfortunately with this particular car, Sirus doesn’t come standard, but a free iPod is good enough for me, so why not? I’m also going to invest in EZ Pass which will definitely help if I’m traveling out of the county (in DE) and even more so when I head up to NY and really don’t feel like stopping to look for exact change at the toll booths.

The best part of all is it’s GM Certified with 5 year or 100,000 Mile Powertrain Warrenty. I also even have seat-covers picked out so I can keep the seats in tip-top condition in the case that I have to sell it later on down the road. I also like to decorate so of course I’m going to look into keeping it not only pretty on the outside but immaculate and tasteful on the inside. There won’t be any cheetah prints or anything, I’ve found a very pale grey cover that matches exactly with the existing interior and the cool part is it has a tiny heart located on the back of the seat. Throw on a steering-wheel cover and the rest is history.


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