Previously, Chevrolet released a commercial showing snapshots of its new lineup, and we saw the Sonic act like a skateboard.
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The Chevrolet Sonic RS (shown above, with the requisite amount of youths performing youth-like activities) will start at $20,995 for a six-speed manual transmission, while the auto will be about two grand more, at $22,280.
Fisker Automotive CEO Tom LaSorda has quickly come to the defense of his company's Fisker Karma plug-in hybrid sports sedan after Consumer Reports reported its car stopped working after just 200 miles of use.
The 2012 Chevrolet Sonic, as well as the upcoming Chevrolet Spark, are General Motors' latest entries in the burgeoning compact/subcompact market here in the states.