DETROIT – The Chevrolet Spark and Sonic should not cannibalize one another’s sale because the two cars, while similar, are targeting two different demographics, General Motors officials say. The A-segment Spark, designed to easily maneuver in congested cities, is oriented toward a younger, more-urban buyer than the larger B-segment Sonic, says Chris Perry, vice president-Chevrolet marketing. "(The) Sonic has an older buyer," Perry says at a Spark media ...
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