The Chevrolet Sonic has been axed because of slow sales and the COVID-19 pandemic, leaving the Spark, Malibu and Impala as the last non-SUVs in the range.
The 2012-2016 Chevrolet Sonic (T300) replaced the Aveo in North America. Built in South Korea, it had digitial instruments and hidden rear door handles.
Sources have told GM Authority the Chevrolet Sonic has been discontinued in Canada, although the car remains on the company’s Canadian website.
For 2017, the Chevrolet Sonic facelift incorporates a new more sedate front end corporate design, new taillights, and update electronics.
The Chevrolet Sonic RS features a standard 1.4-liter turbo with 138hp/103kW and 148 lb-ft/200Nm. A 6-speed automatic or manual is available.
In 2014, the T300 Chevrolet Aveo was given an updated corporate Chevy look, that ditches sporty for upscale. This facelift is just for the Chinese market.
Chevrolet has given its Chinese market T300 Aveo sedan and hatch range a facelift that brings it into line with the brand’s new corporate look.