The world’s largest car brands, Chevrolet revealed The 2017 Sonic. It Chevy’s wide-eyed little Sonic has always tried its best to compete with the likes of the Ford Fiesta and the Honda Fit and best electric cars for 2016.
The new 2017 Sonic is available in both sedan and hatchback variants. The sedan has an optional RS package, and comes in 3 trim levels: firstly LS, secondly LT and third is Premier. The hatch is RS-only, with 2 trim levels: firstly LT and secondly Premier.
The new 2017 Sonic puts a bow tie on a handsome compact that featuring spirited styling with agile and responsive handling. Offered as either a hatchback or sedan, there are 4 trim levels, a palette of youthful colors, and 2 engines: a standard 1.8-liter 4 cylinder and an optional 1.4-liter turbo. Both make 138 hp, offer front-wheel drive and a standard 6 speed manual; a 6 speed auto is optional. The turbo with the stick is the way to go. An updated Sonic goes on sale this fall.
The Sonic new hybrid cars 2017 comes with plenty of standard and optional technology. Every Sonic now receives a backup cam and a 7-inch MyLink touchscreen infotainment system and if you like ticking options boxes, you can also outfit your compact with a heated steering wheel and parking sensors and a 4G LTE hotspot with Wi-Fi connectivity. Two safety sys are on offer, as well — lane-departure warning and forward collision warning.
Don’t expect much of a pricing change for the new 2017 Sonic, either; the 2016 model that started at $15,220 for a manual-transmission sedan LS and ranged up to the $22,370 for an RS with the automatic in either body style. Expect to see the 2017 Sonic in dealerships this fall.