Chevrolet Sonic 2012Posted on Sunday, January 16th, 2011 in CHEVROLET.
a stylish four-door sedan and a sporty five-door: The Chevrolet Sonic is offered in two body styles. Each delivers class-leading rear-seat roominess and cargo space. The sedan and five-door shift. The five-door model with a narrow, two-box shape with aggressive, diving form lines, while the Limousine “step-back” profile has a sophisticated and mature presence. At first glance, the five-door as a three-door hatchback, because the rear door handles are strategically located in the “C” pillar area. The back of the five-door model with unconventional details, including exposed, motorcycle-inspired rear tail lights continue. Details reinforced Chevrolet Sonic quality and attention to detail includes chrome grille area and matt black honeycomb grille inserts on all models, while a variety of wheel sizes, including 17-inch alloy wheels, reinforced his sporting behavior.
the same engines used in the new Chevrolet Cruze – Sonic Chevrolet models are powered by an efficient, power dense, small-displacement engines, including turbo 1.4L ECOTEC 1.8L ECOTEC and. Three transmissions are available: a five-speed manual and six-speed automatic with the 1.8 liter and a six-speed manual transmission with the 1.4L Turbo. The 1.4L ECOTEC Turbo’s performance data at 138 hp (103 kW) and 148 lb.-ft. estimated torque (200 Nm) 1850-4900 rpm rpm.
The naturally aspirated 1.8L ECOTEC engine, many of the same features of the 1.4L Turbo ECOTEC. It is a compact and rugged four-cylinder engine for low maintenance, low emissions and fuel consumption. The two-stage variable intake manifold to about 90 percent of the maximum torque is at 2400rpm available to 6500 rpm. It is at 135 hp (101 kW), estimated at 123 lb.-ft. Torque (167 Nm) at 3800 rpm.
The production of the Chevrolet Sonic began later in 2011 at the General Motors Orion Assembly Center in Michigan, at a $ 545-million investment in upgrades and training and will assist with the restoration of about 1,000 jobs in the metropolitan Detroit area. ViaAdvertisements