The new 2013 Chevrolet Sonic is in a class of its own. The car averages about 40 miles to the gallon, on a turbo-charged engine, and is considered one of the safest sub-compact cars ever built. Featuring a brand new suspension system and 15-inch alloy wheels the Sonic looks and feels more like a race car then a sub-compact. The interior also has that racy feel with a leather-wrapped sports steering wheel and heated leather front bucket seats which are sure to impress even the biggest car critic. The Sonic is the only sub-compact car built in the United States. It shows with its unique exterior that showcases its American craftsmanship. The technology offered with the Sonic is unmatched in its class as it comes fully equipped with OnStar navigation and the all-new MyLink by Chevy. MyLink offers drivers the ability to connect a cell phone to the vehicle and play music or project video on the 7-inch screen in the center console. Safety was also a top priority in the development of the Sonic. Passengers are sure to feel safe as the vehicle features 10 air bags and the car itself is built around a steel safety cage designed for protection during a crash.
The designers of the new Chevrolet Sonic have put the car in a class of its own, with one of a kind safety features and technology that will make even a techie drool, the Sonic is great option for any driver. Check it out for yourself at Les Stanford Chevrolet!