With gas prices creeping back up, Chevrolet may have picked an ideal time to introduce the new 2017 Chevrolet Sonic, including the new hatchback that comes only in RS trim.
The new model is not only a gas miser as expected, but like most automakers, Chevy knows that good mpgs alone will not be enough to draw in customers. For 2017, there are new features for the Sonic, including a heated steering wheel, a standard 7-inch color touch screen for the new MyLink System and rear park assist.
“The new styling and features of the 2017 Sonic reinforce its position as a fun, efficient small car with leading technology – all at an affordable price,” said Steve Majoros, director of marketing, Chevrolet Cars and Crossovers. “This is an important segment for Chevrolet, as we really have an opportunity to introduce ourselves to new buyers and show them what we’re all about.” (more…)