Three times, in two separate days I had a problem with my 2010 Cobalt LT1 hesitating when accelerating from a stop or near stop. The first incident was two weeks ago. I was stopped at a stop light for a minute or two. All seemed well until I hit the gas. It bogged down seemed like it wanted to stall. I let up on the gas and pressed back down on the gas and everything went back to normal and all seemed fine till today. This morning I backed the car out and parked it in the street. Later, this afternoon I went to move it back into the driveway. Due to some other cars now parked on the block, I decided it would be easier to go around the block. All seemed fine until I slowed down to make my second left. I slowed almost to a stop and then I hit the accelerator since there was no oncoming traffic. It seemed like it was bogging down then finally accelerated. Ditto for the third left. I ran around the block a couple of more times to see if this repeated itself. It did not. All seems fine now. Keep in mind that my Cobalt has only 5500 miles on it so the filters, injector(s) and throttlebody should be clean. My plugs, wires and coils should be in near factory fresh condition. So all, what are your thoughts. Should I take it to the dealer to be looked at? Should I try some sort of gas treatment first? I generally take my Cobalt to only a few gas stations and I do not use no name crappy gas. So I dont think dirty gas is the culprit especially since I have refueled between the first and second incidents. I NEVER had any problems with my 06 Cobalt in any way shape or form so I doubt its the way I drive it either. Thanks all in advance for any help you can give me.