Bumble Bee

Topics: Tire, Automobile, Wheel Pages: 2 (505 words) Published: April 3, 2008
I bought my Chevy Cobalt on Halloween 2006. On that particular fall day, all the warm colors that the season had to offer were essentially highlighted by the brightness of my yellow car. As time passed, I began to notice that everyone would stare at me when I drove by or pulled into a parking lot. I was wondering what all the fuss was about, so I stepped back and looked at my car. At that moment I had actually fell in love with distraction that I had just purchased.

When you first walk up to my car, the first thing that you notice is the glossy yellow coat. The two door, coup body style gives it a sleek and stylish look. The trunk has a rear spoiler which allows my car to have that sporty look. In addition, there are alloy wheels with Pirelli tires which helps accent my car. If it happens to be a nice, warm day, you would also notice that the sunroof is open allowing me to enjoy the day. The interior is my favorite part of my car. When you open the door, the first thing that you would notice is the black interior which is accented by gray and silver. The buck seats are black with a gray stripe running down the middle of the back. The steering wheel has buttons, which allows me to have control of what I feel is the best part of my car, the stereo. The stereo is equipped with XM radio, CD player and even local stations. I am asked all the time if my car has a sound system, but all it has is a factory, Pioneer system in it. Hanging from my rearview mirror is a cyan blue, Hawaiian lei, and black beads, which have blue flowers painted on them. The back seat is entered by sliding the front seats forward. In the back, you can fit three people and from what I have heard it is pretty comfortable. When it comes to driving my Cobalt I am surprisingly intrigued by what is offered under the hood. The extra fifteen to thirty horsepower offered by the 2.2-liter, DOHC Ecotec four, made all the difference. I frequently drive on the divided two-lane roads, where having...
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