2013 CHEVROLET SONIC: Introduction in late 2011, the Chevrolet Sonic continues as the only subcompact built in America - available in two body styles: a four-door sedan and a five-door hatchback in LS, LT, LTZ and now the new RS levels. Sonic exterior styling incorporates raked body lines, motorcycle-inspired round head and taillights, rear door handles in C-pillar (five door), and wheels-at-the-corners proportions for distinctive appearance. Power is supplied by Ecotec four-cylinder engines, both generating 138 horsepower. The 1.4-liter turbo comes with the six-speed manual, while the 1.8L is obtainable with a five-speed manual or six-speed automatic. To handle the broad range of driving conditions in North America, GM engineers who also work on the Corvette tuned the Sonic's ride and handling, giving it more direct feel. All Sonic models seat five passengers, and come equipped with OnStar that uses GPS and cellular phone technology. Cargo volume on the sedan is 14 cu.ft., and a maximum of 30.7 cu. ft with rear seat folded flat on the five-door. Options include remote start (standard on LT), heated front seats and power, tilt-sliding sunroof. New of 2013 is a rear decklid spoiler on the LTZ sedan. Sonic is offered in eight brilliant colors, with titles such as, Inferno Orange metallic and Crystal Red tintcoat.
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