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Chevrolet Cobalt SS/TC

Inline 4, Turbocharged
264 ps (260 bhp)
353 Nm (260 lb-ft)
1352 kg (2981 lbs)
195 ps / tonne
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Nissan Nismo 350Z

V6
313 ps (308 bhp)
373 Nm (275 lb-ft)
1610 kg (3549 lbs)
194 ps / tonne

Performance

  Cobalt SS/TCNismo 350Z
Top speed 257 kph (160 mph)250 kph (155 mph)
0 - 100 kph 5.8 s5.2 s
1/4 mile 14.1 s13.7 s @ 103.1 mph

Summary

  Cobalt SS/TCNismo 350Z
Track Performance 00
Straight line speed 264292
Total 264292

Verdict

Nismo 350Z is the fastest by a small margin.

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Flabernat  6y ago

Haha, BR2+ thanks for all the suggestions!.... I got a lot of shopping to do :)


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BR2+  6y ago

There are more on my list im sure I missed, But heres a rough sketch of what you can get with your budget and likes. Not to mention if you want new or used?. The ones with the * are the ones I would think would be the best, Or what I would get.

Audi B6 S4(2nd Hand)
Audi TT (2nd Hand)
Acura RSX(2nd Hand)
Acura Integra(2nd Hand)
*Bmw E46 M3(2nd Hand)
Cadillac CTS-V 1st(2nd Hand)
Chevrolet Corvette C4(2nd Hand)
Dodge Challenger R/T (New)
*Ford Mustang (Various)
Honda Accord (Various)
*Honda S2000 (Various)
*Honda Civic SI
*Hyundai Veloster Turbo(New)
Hyundai Genesis Various
Infiniti G35(2nd Hand)
Kia Forte Coupe(New)
Lexus IS300 (2nd Hand)
Mercedes SLK (2nd Hand)
*Mini Cooper Coupe(Various)
*Mitsubishi Evo VIII/IX(2nd Hand)
Mitsubishi 3000GTO(2nd Hand
*Mazda RX-7(2nd Hand)
Mazda Speed 3(Various)
Nissan 350Z(Various)
*Nissan 370Z(Various)
*Nissan Silvia S14(2nd Hand)
Nissan 300ZX TT
Pontiac GTO(2nd Hand)
*Subaru Impreza WRX/STI(Various
Subaru BRZ(New)
*Saleen S281
Scion TC(Various)
*Scion FR-S(New)
*Toyota Supra
*Toyota MR2 GTS
*VolksWagen Golf R/R32(Various)


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Flabernat  6y ago

My neighborhood is quiet and full of old retired people. My price limit is around $23k...
I prefer 2door, coupe, & RWD. But I'm okay with FWD/AWD because then I can use it all year round(winter is rough around here, and so are some of the roads). RWD would mean I have to get an old/cheap 4x4 for winter.


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BR2+  6y ago

What is your price range? And what are you looking for? 4-door? 2-door? Rwd/Fwd/Aed? Coupe/Droptop etc, And whats your neibhorhood and wether like?


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Flabernat  6y ago

What do you guys think? It might seem like an odd comparison, but in all honestly these are the two cars I'm most considering buying this summer....
My car has over 145k miles on it, and it's time for something newer....

1 Cobalt Turbo would be nice because it's just like my car(Cobalt SS S/C), but newer, faster and lower miles.
2 I've driven many 350Z's and loved them(but never the Nismo). Only thing is, I'd need a dedicated winter car, something 4x4...

What do you guys think(or other suggestions)?