One spin in the 2015 Chevy Sonic and you’ll have an entirely new take on the subcompact genre. The ride is smooth and stable, the steering precise, and the suspension...
... nimble enough to round corners with confidence or dart through nasty city traffic with ease. Despite its compact dimensions, the
Chevrolet Sonic feels more substantial than a Ford Fiesta or Honda Fit. When equipped with the 1.4-liter turbocharged engine, the subcompact Sonic feels quick and agile, and its fuel economy figures earn two big thumbs up from our test staff. Stick with the base 1.8-liter engine and you’ll still find a very pleasing driving experience, plus you’ll have the choice of a slick shifting 5-speed manual or smooth 6-speed automatic. The front-wheel-drive Sonic subcompact really loves to hustle, be it on a twisting canyon road, a long stretch of highway or a snow-covered side street.