2010 CObalt LS XFE Cruise Control and Keyless Entry Install Question
Hey all! I'm new to the forums and this is my first post. Just registered a few moments ago. My name is Jerome and I am an owner of a white 2010 Cobalt LS XFE coupe. I bought it brand new from the dealer last November. So far, I really love this car, its fun to drive and its really great on the mileage. It also looks great. One day I saw it parked next to the latest design Civic coupe and can say from looking at both that my car looked better.
Anyways, while I am happy with my car, I can say that there are some features that I do wish it had. I traded in my old car to get this Cobalt and my old car had cruise control and power windows/mirrors while this doesn't have power anything. Its a bare bones Cobalt.
What I really want to do is have cruise control and power locks with keyless entry installed on it. I researched and contacted several shops in my area and I've been told that both are possible to install. I've also shopped for quotes. I won't mention any names of shops here but the best quote I got was the following:
1. Cruise control: $300 parts/$200 labor
2. Keyless entry: $150 keyless entry parts and install (both doors)/$100 actuator parts and install (both doors)
The total would be roughly $750 plus tax. My question to the forum is does this sound reasonable? I never had any experiences with installing aftermarket parts on a car before so I wouldn't know. Does anyone believe I can get it done for cheaper? This is all I plan to do, I can care less about any engine mods or any other aftermarket parts. I bought this car partially for its fuel economy anyway. I know this topic might've been discussed before. I hope its alright to bring it up again.
I would really want to get this done without spending more than I really have to. I live in Sacramento, California by the way.
THanks in advance,