Used 2012 Chevrolet Sonic for Sale
About the 2012 Chevrolet Sonic
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Reviews for 2012 Chevrolet Sonic
2012 Chevrolet Sonic
We purchased this car as an "around town" vehicle, looking for good gas mileage. While it does have very good gas mileage, the vehicle power really suffers. Acceleration is almost painful as it struggles from a stop.
- Fuel Economy: about 29 mpg in city
- Ride and Handling: Easy to manuever
- Power: No power
Great car, price was a little more that we wanted
We purchased the car based on the options the car had on it. The price was a little more than what we wish it would have been. I wish that the dealership offered some type of discount when you are having to bring back another car.
- Interior Space: It fits our family great.
- Technology and Entertainment: I wanted the technology in a car.
- Fuel Economy: Great fuel economy that my wife and I love
- Value: The car was priced a little higher than the open market
What we needed at a good price
Nice compact economical car that fits are needs.
- Fuel Economy: decent gas mileage for a compact car
- Value: we lucked out in that the type of car we were looking at was also the least expensive we saw
- Interior Space: The main reason we got the hatchback was because of the head space in the rear seats. In any brand sedan I sat in my head would hit the top, but not this car
- Power: Not a big deal because I wasn't looking for a powerful car anyways, but you do kind of have to push pretty hard on the gas pedal to accelerate fast when needed
- Visibility: This is the biggest con in that the visibility is pretty obstructed when looking through the rear window when backing up. Also the rear view mirror is kind of bulky and sometime obstructs the view of the lights at an intersection
- Ride and Handling: Not a big problem here either, and this is sort of related to the power, but it seems like the transmission's gears are very short and therefore needs to shift many times even before you get through the intersection. Kind of reminds me of an 18 wheeler that shifts every 5 to 10 feet.
This price does not include tax, title, and tags. Additional fees may also apply depending on the state of purchase.