Following the recession, automakers tried all sorts of programs to get people into showrooms and eventually into new cars.
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Last year, we posted how the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration met with the automakers in 2003 to figure out ways to reduce fatalities in car-on-truck or SUV collisions.
General Motors is rolling out plenty of new vehicles over the next two years, but most of them are fairly well-known quantities at this point.
General Motors has announced that the 2012 Chevrolet Sonic, its subcompact replacement for the Aveo, will start at $14,495 for an LS sedan and $15,395 for the LS hatchback.