If you mean front strut, yes, they are the same. Rear are different between wagon and sedan.
It's neither a wagon nor sedan it is a coupe
it doesn't appear so to me. they are different part numbers. i cannot tell you exactly what is different though
It has shocks in the rear I believe. Not struts. Struts are in front.
Yes, it comes in a 4-door Sedan or a 5-door wagon.
Short answer is yes. You need to look at the brake line mounting bracket and ditto for the ABS cable bracket. This will be different. I went to other way with my 95 wagon. It has struts and springs from a 93 turbo wagon.
Mechanically the cars are almost identical. The determining factor is that the sedan weighs several hundred pounds less than the wagon. Therefore, the sedan is a better choice for performance than the wagon.
The Chevrolet Cobalt is a 4 door sedan with front wheel drive, produced in the US from 2004-2010, and in Brazil from then onwards. The design is GM's Delta platform, which was used for the Chevy HHR wagon, the Saturn Ion, and the Pontiac G5.
FWD Sedan = 71L AWD Sedan = 70L FWD Wagon = 68L
Subaru station wagon sedan
The Toyota Corolla All-Trac Wagon uses struts in the front end. Many Toyota vehicles use a front strut assembly unless otherwise noted.