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When The Daily Star first started running reviews of the latest cars on the market, naturally my initial instinct was to seek out and test-drive high-end automobiles that would enchant most people.Chevrolet's Sonic, with a starting price of $15,900 on the road, definitely falls in the last two categories, and arguably also in the first two.First of all, the Sonic comes in two body styles: a four-door sedan and a five-door hatchback.In Lebanon, every version of the Sonic is offered with the same 1.6-liter DOHC four-cylinder mill with Variable Valve Timing-producing 115 horses, which are more than enough to easily propel this car considering it has a curb weight of just over 1,200 kilograms.The bulk of the Sonic's energy seems to be concentrated up to around 4,500 rpm, after which it gets a bit coarse and loud, but the automatic knows just when to shift, so if you don't tax the car in manual you'd never have cause to complain.Finally, $20,700, also on the road, buys you the brilliant LS hatchback, which comes with Chevrolet's Mylink infotainment system with 7-inch high-resolution touch screen interface, and adds rear power windows.
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