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Future of the Cobalt SS?

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Has GM announced what happens to the Cobalt SS Turbo when the Cruze takes over in 2011? Are they going to carry over the drive train into a Cruze SS or something? The new SS seems to be wiping the floor of the sport compact segment, so it would be a shame to see performance Chevy compacts die off when the Cruze is introduced...

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I doubt you'll see it. If you even see the Cruze..

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Last I read, the Cobalt coupe will soldier on after the Cruze replaces the Cobalt sedan. A Cruze coupe, done right, could be cool.

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the Current Cobalt coupe will be assembled through the 2013 model year. the sedan will be assembled through 2011. GM will sell both the Cobalt and Cruize sedans for the 2011 model year.

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