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Fuel Economy of the 2009 Chevrolet Cobalt XFE

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from every gallon of gas will find much to appreciate with the new Chevy Cobalt XFE. It delivers a segment-best 36 mpg in highway driving, outdistancing competitors like the Honda Civic, Ford Focus and Toyota Corolla.

The Cobalt XFE - for Xtra Fuel Economy - is on sale now and includes LS and 1LT coupe and sedan models with the manual transmission. It uses revised engine calibration, low rolling-resistance tires, a new, 3.74:1 final drive ratio and other technologies to achieve an EPA-estimated mileage

General Motors announced today an improvement of its Cobalt range that now offers better mileage with the Chevrolet Cobalt XFE. The Chevrolet Cobalt XFE offers 36 mpg in highway driving and 25 mpg in the city. The Chevrolet Cobalt XFE mileage is now 9% better than the one of the previous versions. The Chevrolet Cobalt XFE is powered by a 2.2L Ecotec engine and comes equipped with head curtain side-impact air bags, air conditioning and XM Satellite Radio.

Chevrolet Press Release:

New Chevy Cobalt XFE Delivers 'Xtra' Fuel Economy - Segment Best 36 MPG On The Highway

Consumers looking to squeeze the most mileage

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In the foothills of Kentucky here, by using the hypermiling tips learned online MY 2009 Chevy Cobalt XFE got an average very close to 46 MPG- The record was 45.7MPG of which I have the picture, but no way of proving that I had NOT hit reset for all of those months. I did not reset my meter for over 4-5 months, so this was my average as the car was being broken in. I even have dashboard pics if anyone does not claim they were some how forged. My pics show the AVG MPG from July thru early November before I reset it. I almost never got lower than 42 MPG. 45.7 is my al time highest record, and it’s my hop that once I get the break0in oil changed and the car lubed that the avg mpg will once again start moving upwards.

The Chevy Cobalt XFE was one last hurray of cheap reliability before EVERY car manufacturer decided call EVERY model "High-End." The XFE sacrifices everything at the workbench of fuel economy.

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