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- Fuel Economy:
26 MPG city / 35 MPG hwy
Gas I4, 1.8L/110
138 hp @ 6300 rpm
2014 Chevrolet Sonic Hatch LT Manual User Reviews
Great CarBy Kristian (I am an Owner), Jul. 25, 2015I've been driving this car for 2 years now. I have never had any problems with it and it has been very fun to drive. When I want to I can get 40mpg with this baby which is incredible. The inside is ch... more
This is Korea for youBy Bill (I am an Owner), Mar. 17, 2015This is one car GM can do without. Creepy Tranny To much plastic. Everything you touch but the door handles and part of the body is plastic. The motor 1.8 just vibrates as you wait on that light to ch... more
Best ChevyBy Samantha (I am an Owner), Feb. 10, 2015Aside from reading great reviews I totally love this car.Not only is it safe,the gas mileage is great and it's stylish.I'am loving that hardly anyone is driving the Sonic so when people ask me what I'... more
Good car for the priceBy Mike Hocking (I am an Owner), Sep. 06, 2014I'm probably not your typical car shopper. When shopping for cars, the main things I look for is price, safety and fuel efficiency. So I settled on the Chevrolet Sonic because it made me happy on the ... more
2014 Chevrolet Sonic OverviewThe Chevrolet Sonic comes loaded with personality, and is available in enough configurations to suit most buyers.
For starters, buyers can choose between a 5-door hatchback or 4-door sedan, with LS, LT, LTZ and RS trims available. Two engines power the lineup: a naturally aspirated 1.8L 4-cylinder is standard and produces 138 hp and 125 ft-lb of torque, while a turbocharged 1.4L 4-cylinder available on LT, RS and LTZ trims puts out the same number of horses, but a healthy 148 ft-lb of torque. Both engines come from the larger Chevy Cruze, and in the smaller, lighter Sonic, they are decidedly sprightly. The 1.8L is paired to a 5-speed manual, while the 1.4L sends its power through a 6-speed manual. A 6-speed automatic is optional for both engines.
The Sonic benefits from an incredibly stiff steel chassis, with MacPherson struts up front and a torsion-beam axle in the rear. Stability control and traction control are standard, but can be switched off.
Standard amenities include 15-inch alloy wheels, air conditioning, power locks and keyless entry, as well as a 60/40 split-folding rear seat. LS trim adds heated side mirrors and special exterior appointments, while LTZ trim includes 17-inch wheels, fog lamps, perforated leatherette seating surfaces with heated front seats and a leather-wrapped steering wheel with stereo controls. Also included are an infotainment system with 7-inch display, a rear backup camera, cruise control and Bluetooth hands-free connectivity.
The Sonic RS has a unique front fascia, unique 17-inch wheels and turbo badging compared to other Sonic trims. The car is also lower than the standard Sonic and features sport tuned suspension. Performance is further enhanced by shorter gear ratios and 4-wheel disc brakes. Other features on the RS include leather seating, a leather shift knob and a unique flat bottom steering wheel.
Many of the features of the LTZ are options in the Connectivity Plus Cruise Package and are available on LT-equipped Sonics. Optional on LTZ cars is a power sunroof. A new Advanced Safety Package brings forward collision alert and lane departure warning.
Standard safety features include ten airbags, StabiliTrak electronic stability control with rollover sensor and traction control, anti-lock brakes with electronic brake force distribution and panic assist, OnStar and hill start assist.
2014 Chevrolet Sonic Model Changes
For 2014, Chevy gives the Sonic subcompact hatchback and sedan a few changes. A rear camera is new, as is the Advanced Safety Package, with forward collision alert and lane departure warning. Three new exterior colors -- Red Hot, Cool Blue and Ashen Gray Metallic -- join the palette.
2014 Chevrolet Sonic Value
The subcompact segment seems to get larger by the year, and the 2014 Sonic faces stiff competition from established players like the Ford Fiesta and Honda Fit. With its nimble chassis and turbocharged 1.4L engine -- the only turbo in its class -- the Sonic offers a spirited driving experience its rivals can't match. Sedan or hatchback body styles also give it the edge, and with a low entry price and plenty of convenience options just a click away, the Sonic stands out as a real bargain for shoppers on a budget.
2014 Chevrolet Sonic Strengths
Aggressive styling; fuel efficiency; available turbocharged engine; sedan or hatchback body styles; nimble handling
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