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We've taken a look at the 2008 Chevy Cobalt SS sedan and had a rollicking good time doing it, but who should buy such a car-shaped rocket ship?
Yesterday, we told you the 2008 Chevy Cobalt SS was a walloping good time. But how does it stack up when you’re not going fast? Let's find out.
The 2008 Chevy Cobalt SS isn't the best car on the road, nor the best car in the segment, but it is one of the best cars for those interested in a walloping good time.
This question was recently posted on CobaltSS.net, 20 pages of comments followed.Lord help him, he's just not that bright, is he? 
Oh look, it's the turbocharged 2.0-liter Ecotec referenced earlier today. Yay. Enjoy the open hood, boys. And remember, the Chevy Cobalt SS grille will be billet, not bar. GM PR wants us to clear up that misconception built from, you know, showing a car at SEMA that's the opposite of what the production version will…
Well, on top of the General's reveal of Jay Leno's Corvette, they've now just revealed what we revealed this weekend — the new SuperSexyback — minus the "Sexy" of course — the Chevy Cobalt SS. Oh yes, it's yellow, baby. And we all know what that means. Yup, ladies, hold on to your panties.
Looks like GM's bringing out yet another old mainstay to SEMA this year. Yup it's the 2008 Chevy Cobalt SS— yup, that's right — it's got an SS badge. Yay. Well, if we disregard the FWD platform and focus on the 2.0-liter turbocharged and intercooled Ecotec hitting 260 horses — we guess that extra 55 horses over the…