Chevy Sonic: Judging for Ward’s 10 Best Interiors of 2012

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on Mar 23, 2012

Interesting synopsis of the interior of the new Chevy Sonic. For an entry level car like that, it really doesn't look too bad at all. Headroom is always a plus for those of us that are beyond 6'. Personally, I think it's about time that Chevy go on board with the compact/subcompact following that is pretty large amongst younger consumers (especailly hatchbacks, as many of us prefer them). Here's hoping to read your test drive on it providing it's with the 6-speed manual and the turbocharged I-4.

on Mar 24, 2012

Yep, Sonic is a fine effort, and well-timed as gas prices are skyrocketing and an increasing number of Americans can afford a new car. And yes, hatchbacks are terribly underrated in the U.S. As for the turbo 1.4L, it's a fine little engine, the same as it is in the Cruze. But our evaluation for now focuses entirely on the interior. For a full review of the vehicle, cut and paste this link to your web browser ...

on Mar 26, 2012

Got to see one for the first time a few weeks back at the autoshow in Chicago. For as small as it appeared, the hatchback I got into had surprisingly plenty room for someone with a height of 6'4", providing I moved the seat all the way back to make room for the legs. The unique dash cluster was pretty cool with the motorcycle inspired tach in the middle with digital speedometer.

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