The 4-door Sonic sedan presents itself as a modern 2-box form with aggressive feature lines; taut lean surfaces; and pronounced wheel arches that hug the wheels for an aggressive stance. The looks sum up the character: Sporty, fun to drive, and planted to the road.

The Sonic offers a spacious interior, including functional luggage volume that is at the top of the range amongst its global competitors. Surface treatments, especially those where panels meet, have been refined to the extent that they offer near-zero gap tolerances for an exceptional level of visual quality.

The 1,4-litre petrol engine produces maximum power of 74kW @ 6000 r/min and peak torque of 130Nm @ 4000 r/min. Combined cycle fuel economy is estimated at 5,8 l/100km.

The 1,6 litre petrol engine produces maximum power of 85kW @ 6000 r/min with peak torque of 155Nm @ 4000 r/min. Combine cycle fuel economy for this engine option is estimated at 6,5 l/100km.

The newest addition to the Sonic Hatch line-up is a latest generation 1.3 litre common rail turbocharged diesel engine with electronically controlled variable vane turbo technology. Developed in collaboration with a European partner this engine boasts excellent performance and economy.

Maximum power is 70kW @ 4000 r/min with peak torque of 210 Nm @ 1750 r/min. Average fuel economy of just over four and a half litres per 100km was achieved by Chevrolet engineers in testing of the new Sonic.

The basic integrity of the vehicle structure is supplemented by an array of active and passive safety features including ABS anti-lock brakes with Electronic Brake Force Distribution (EBD), and driver and passenger airbag protection, including side airbags.

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