This car offers great MPG, small enough to fit in most parking spaces (particularly when parallel parking.. let's face it.. it's a nightmare in LA), and perfect for my daily needs. Most folks waste lots of gas, money, and space by driving around in huge SUVs they don't know how to drive... more folks should be driving smaller cars. It just makes more sense. For the 1-2 times (if even) a year you actually need a larger car for something, just rent it. You'll be doing yourself and the planet a favor. Got the hatchback since it offers more cargo room. My bicycle is pretty big, so it fits (with some maneuvering) as long as the back seats are down and the front seat is pushed up slightly (with the front wheel of the bike off, of course).
First off, the Sonic is a fun car. It�s small, maneuverable, go-kart-like and very attractive. The seats are quite comfortable, the interior is simple but functional. My little Sonic sips gasoline and it�s the greatest feature of this vehicle. Comparatively, $20 keeps my Sonic going for a couple weeks with medium/light driving, whereas $20 was a few days with my previous car. That, my friends, really eases the blow of lackluster horsepower. I love my Sonic so very much. It is not a luxury car, but it fits the mold of my busy work/school/errands lifestyle. If you�re looking for great gas mileage, fun driving, maneuverability and a nice-looking interior/exterior � give the Chevy Sonic a good look!
I absolutely love this car. It was a HUGE upgrade from my last car (which was a 96'). It is amazinggggg on gas mileage. I can get about 450 miles to a tank; so that's about 35 city and 47-50 highway. There are lots of cup holders and plenty of places to charge stuff. It also has a huge trunk. The few things I don't like about the car could go either way. I kinda wish I had more backseat space for passengers; but since I travel alone and I'm always on the go, having the large trunk makes up for it. The high beams on this car are not as bright as my car from 1996----which is a little shocking. Lastly, I wish the CD player could hold more than one disc. All in all, definitely one of the largest purchases I've ever made, but worth it!