I have seen the Cobalt and the OE Chevrolet Cobalt rims in a bunch of different styles. There’s people that put flames on it and some people that just want it for racing – all I’m saying is that it always looks good.
The Cobalt and the factory Chevrolet wheels that went on it was first introduced in 2004 as the 2005 model year. The Cobalt was manufactured to serve as a replacement for the Cavalier and the Prizm. Consumers who want the Cobalt could buy it in either a coupe or a sedan.
In 2009, Chevrolet had released the Chevrolet Cruze – the successor to the Cobalt. They make the Cruze in more than one location around the world. All I’m saying is that as long as the 2005 Chevrolet Cobalt rims go on the Cruze, then I’ll buy it.
Are you going to buy the Cruze?