2010 Chevrolet Cobalt 4-DR w/SAB
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What does a 5-Star Rating mean?

NHTSA's New Car Assessment Program (NCAP) rates vehicles of all makes and models to determine their crash and rollover safety. Our ratings are created with data gathered during controlled crash and rollover tests. Vehicles with the highest ratings receive a 5-Star Rating. Read more about NHTSA's 5-Star Ratings in NCAP Frequently Asked Questions.

For all questions relating to NCAP crash testing, star ratings,
and vehicle safety, please email crash.test@dot.gov
 
This vehicle when rated, had:
Side Impact Airbags Curtain
Electronic Stability Control Yes
Vehicle Curb Weight 2824
 
Frontal Crash
 
Driver
Passenger
Head Injury Criterion 305 325
Chest deceleration (g's) 48 41
Femur load l/r1 (lb) 181 / 778 138 / 60
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Side Crash
 
Front Seat
Rear Seat
Head Injury Criterion (HIC) 484 308
Thoracic Trauma Index (TTI) 85 53
Pelvis Deceleration (g's) 75 58
View Side Test
 
Rollover
Chance of rollover 11%
Static Stability Factor 1.40
Dynamic Test Result No-tip*
Drive FWD
Tire Size P195/60R15
 
Belts & Head Restraints
Adjustable Upper Belt - Front Standard
Adjustable Upper Belt - Rear Standard
Seat Belt Extenders -
Additional Webbing Inches - Driver -
Additional Webbing Inches - Passenger -
Pretensioner Standard Front
Energy Management Feature Standard Front
Integrated Safety Belt -
Rear Center Lap/Shoulder Belt -
Enhanced Seat Belt Reminder System Standard
Rear Seat Head Restraint Standard
Dynamic Head Restraint -
 
Air Bags
SAB - head protection Standard Curtain Bag For Rows 1 and 2
SAB - chest protection -
SAB Out Of Position Testing Meets Specification
Advanced Air Bag Systems Standard
Air Bag On-Off Switch -
 
Driving Safety
4-Wheel ABS Standard
Electronic Stability Control Option
Traction Control -
Tire Pressure Monitor Standard
Auto-Dimming Rearview Mirrors -
Daytime Running Lights Standard
Auto Door Locks Option
Automatic Crash Notification Standard
Power Window Push Down Lift Up Switch Standard
Power Window Auto Reverse None
 
Other
Built-In Child Seats -
Child Seat Lower Anchorage (LATCH) Standard
Interior Trunk Release Standard
Anti-Theft Features Standard Passive Immobilizer
Optional Passive Immobilizer, Passive Alarm
 
Safety concerns: These are safety issues that occur during NCAP tests and that are not reflected in the measurements used to calculate star ratings. Safety concerns are indicated by the symbol (Safety Concern Symbol), placed in the appropriate rating category positioned as a superscript to the right of the right-most star in the rating category. Examples of a safety concern may include (but are not limited to) structural failure or non-intended performance of vehicle components. They can include such things as fuel leakages and door openings.
 
 
 
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