Prices for Chevrolet’s new U.S.-built subcompact range from $13,735 for a base 1LS sedan with a five-speed manual transmission to $18,495 for a 2LZ hatchback with a six-speed automatic transmission, not including the $760 destination charge.
Sonic, which goes on sale in the fall, will compete with small cars such as the Ford Fiesta, Hyundai Accent and Honda Fit. Chevrolet’s pricing strategy carries risks because the Sonic is its lowest-priced model and the starting price is nearly $2,000 higher than the Aveo’s, though the Sonic is better equipped.
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