Ford Focus vs. Chevrolet Cobalt Review
The Ford Focus and the Chevrolet Cobalt have approximately similar tires. With their comparable turning radii, the Chevrolet and the Ford Focus doubtless handle about the same into and out of tight spots.
The Ford Focus's engine is a little smaller than the Chevrolet Cobalt's, but not terribly so.
There's no clear winner between the Ford Focus and the Chevrolet Cobalt when it comes to hauling capacity. The Ford Focus and the Chevrolet can accommodate the same number of passengers.
You won't have to visit your friendly gas station more often with the Chevrolet Cobalt than with the Ford Focus, as both offer comparable ranges. The Chevrolet's fuel tank will need to be replenished somewhat more often than the unit in the Ford Focus.
While the front cabin in the Focus offers a bit more head room than the Chevrolet, there frankly isn't much of a difference. The Ford Focus offers more head- and leg-room to your passengers than the Chevrolet Cobalt does.
The Chevrolet Cobalt is a bit heavier than the Ford Focus. The Chevrolet Cobalt's tank is roughly the same size as the Ford Focus's, though the Ford Focus's is a little larger. The Focus rides lower than the Chevrolet Cobalt, which is a good thing for its center of gravity and ease of access. The Ford Focus and the Chevrolet Cobalt compete for the same parking spaces.
The destination charge is a standard charge for transporting the vehicle from its point of origin to the dealer. It costs approximately the same to get the Focus to the dealership as the Chevrolet. Producing an exact gas mileage evaluation is so hard that some think not even the federal government can do it, but it looks as though both the Ford Focus and the Ford Focus perform approximately comparably as far as fuel economy. The Cobalt won't tax your gasoline budget significantly more than the Ford Focus will. There really isn't much of...