All of the major truck makers have been posturing as having the most powerful V-8 engines, fuel-efficient, turbocharged engines, and some sort of tow rating that's enough to shame yesteryear's commercial vehicles.
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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.
Thanks for new fuel economy standards, that is.
The Automotive.com team noted a unifying theme at this year's Detroit Auto Show.