Pick Up Speed In The Chevy Sonic

Chevy Sonic on city streets
If you’re searching for a car that’s big on value but slim in profile, we’d love to introduce you to the streamlined Chevrolet Sonic. Let’s take a look at some of this stylish subcompact’s key qualities.

Slim Frame, Big Interior

Even though the term “subcompact” doesn’t typically evoke thoughts of roomy cabins and comfortable seating, the Chevy Sonic defies expectations with its distinctly spacious accommodations. The car’s cabin easily seats up to five people with ample legroom in both rows, and even your taller passengers will appreciate the generous amount of overhead clearance. The contemporary styling is sleek and sporty, with smooth materials over the plush seating. While the cloth upholstery is easy on the eyes and soft to the touch, you can customize your cabin with available upgrades like enhanced cloth or leatherette upholstery, a power-adjustable driver’s seat, a sunroof, and heating in the front row and steering wheel. The Sonic also offers an abundance of cargo space, with more than 14 cubic feet available in the sedan’s trunk. If you opt for the hatchback version, you’ll find 19 cubic feet ready for storage. The hatchback’s rear seats can also be lowered for up to 47.7 cubic feet.

Sporty Performance

As the name suggests, the Sonic was built for exciting drives. The car demonstrates precise handling that makes winding roads a thrill to navigate, and its well-tuned suspension keeps the whole vehicle balanced around curves and corners. The responsive handling inspires confidence in any situation, and the car’s overall agility stands out among its subcompact classmates. Power comes courtesy of a 138-horsepower turbocharged 4-cylinder engine paired with a six-speed automatic transmission. Whether you’re running errands through town or accelerating onto the interstate, you can count on the smooth-running powertrain to maintain excellent gas mileage.

Fresh Technology

For 2020, Chevrolet updated the Sonic’s onboard infotainment system. The dash now sports a 7-inch touchscreen that comes standard with Bluetooth®*, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, OnStar, and a Wi-Fi hotspot. You can also enhance the system with available features like satellite radio and additional speakers. The interface response quickly to all inputs, and the menus are refreshingly easy to use.

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Hope Auto Company

If you’d like to get to know the Sonic, we’d love to introduce you to Chevy’s subcompact car. Contact us at Hope Auto Company Chevrolet Buick GMC to learn more about the Sonic and pick out the trim and features that you want.

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