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Sonic and yet so far

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THE SONIC is covered by Chevy’s 5-year warranty program offered as part of Chevrolet’s ongoing drive to put a premium on its products and services. Photo by Alvin Uy

THE COVENANT Car Company Inc. (TCCCI), exclusive importer and distributor of Chevrolet car in the Philippines recently introduced its all-new Chevrolet Sonic in the highly competitive sub-compact segment. This is also the biggest segment in the car market right now and with its sedan and hatchback designs, it comes in four variants—an automatic 6-speed transmission and manual transmission for both the sedan and hatchback models. Prices are as follows—P778,888 for the manual version and P828,888 for the automatic version for the sedan model while the hatchback is priced at P788,888 for the manual version and P838,888 for the automatic transmission variant.

Posted: December 4th, 2012 in Motoring | Read More »

Going for a Sonic boom

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THE SONIC looks sportier and more aggressive than the outgoing Aveo.

In the keenly competitive subcompact segment, the Daewoo-produced Chevrolet Aveo has always lagged behind market leaders Toyota Vios, Honda Jazz, Ford Fiesta and Hyundai Accent. So in 2011, General Motors’ Chevrolet division replaced the Aveo with a totally new, sharper-looking car called Sonic for the 2012 model year.

Posted: October 23rd, 2012 in Motoring | Read More »

All-new Sonic is latest subcompact sedan and hatch from Chevrolet

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THE SONIC is Chevy’s latest vehicle entry in the country’s biggest segment in the car industry.

This diminutive car grabbed headlines when it “jumped” from a plane as well as did an interesting stunt on a lake as part of a multi-phased advertising campaign titled “Let’s Do This.”

Posted: September 25th, 2012 in Motoring | Read More »

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