General Motors Corp. will include a longer-than-typical powertrain warranty on its new Chevrolet Cobalt small car that hits U.S. showrooms this fall. The new model’s powertrain will be covered for five years/60,000 miles (96,558 km), matching a warranty program Chevrolet launched earlier this year when it introduced the Aveo, imported from South Korea. The Cobalt will be offered in sedan and coupe body styles staring at $14,190. Six different trim levels will be available, as will ...

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