View Poll Results: Cobalt or Fusion?

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  • Chevrolet Cobalt - 2006

    4 23.53%
  • Ford Fusion - 2006

    13 76.47%
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Thread: Cobalt vs Fusion

  1. #1
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    Cobalt vs Fusion

    Chevrolet Cobalt - 2006

    Cylinders 4
    Aspiration/Induction Normal
    Displacement 2189.00 cc | 133.6 cu in. | 2.2 L.
    Valves 16 valves.
    4 valves per cylinder.
    Valvetrain DOHC
    Horsepower 145.00 HP (106.7 KW) @ 5600.00 RPM
    Torque 155.00 Ft-Lbs (210.2 NM) @ 4000.00 RPM

    Ford Fusion - 2006

    Cylinders 4
    Aspiration/Induction Normal
    Displacement 2.30 L | 140.3 cu in. | 2299.5 cc.
    Valves 16 valves.
    4 valves per cylinder.
    Valvetrain DOHC
    Horsepower 160.00 BHP (117.8 KW) @ 6500.00 RPM
    Torque 150.00 Ft-Lbs (203.4 NM) @ 4000.00 RPM
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    None of them, but I'll give my vote to the Fusion. I never liked Cavaliers....

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    These cars are not even in the same class. a better competitor for the cobalt would be the Honda Civic or a Honda Accord for the Fusion
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    Quote Originally Posted by kingofthering
    These cars are not even in the same class. a better competitor for the cobalt would be the Honda Civic or a Honda Accord for the Fusion
    yes...
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    Eww vs Eww lol

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    I'd take the V6 Fusion over the Cobalt but the SS Cobalt sedan over the V6 Fusion. p.s.^^^couldn't have said it better myself

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    Oh my god... Both are very uninspiring...
    Lack of charisma can be fatal.
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    I'd take the Fusion if push came to shove... but I'd rather save some cash and buy a used Camaro...

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    I actually really like the Cobalt, but it has to be in SS guise. The SS Supercharged coupe is a pretty awesome car.
    i was waiting on a moment, but the moment never came. all the billion other moments, were just slipping all away. i must have been tripping, we're just slipping all away. just ego tripping.

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    but the Fusion is better in almost every way! Fusion is much nicer design wise and quality wise...plus the Cobalt doesn't have black leather...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gtek-i
    I'd take the V6 Fusion over the Cobalt but the SS Cobalt sedan over the V6 Fusion. p.s.^^^couldn't have said it better myself
    SS Cobalt sedan isn't there. Supercharged coupe much better, even the handling.
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    i like the cobalt better in every way, with the exception of the seats. the seats in a cobat are awful. but i would put up with the seats for not having to drive a ford. (i really hate all fords.)
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    I think the Cobalt is a little boring looking, and it has that Chevy boring rear end look, kind of like the last malibu did. The Fusion is better loking, but as the Mercury Milano it really looks good. Out of that family of Ford products, I like the Mazda 6. A little cheap on the interior quality, but the outside is unique and pretty to look at.

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    How much do they cost???
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    I checked quick

    The cobalt starts at Just under 13,000 USD and goes to 17,000 for the fun one (SS)

    and the Fusion is almost 18,000 USD. It will be over that with taxes trust me.

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