2012 Chevrolet Sonic LTZ Turbo, Interview

Sponsored by http://www.couponsoffersanddeals.com (Free Digital Coupons), http://www.buttinseat.com (For Auto Dealers) and http://www.ANProximityMarketing.com (Mobile Advertising). Chevrolet introduces the 2012 Chevy Sonic and John Mcfarland, Senior Manager, Global Strategic Marketing, took time for an interview with Roosevelt at media launch in San Francisco. 09.19-20.11

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2012 Chevrolet Sonic: A test drive - Autoweek TV
Also in today's show: another Saab story, Mercedes confirms a new model to be built in Alabama and funeral services are set for Dan Wheldon. For more on Saab click on http://bit.ly/n18aMa at autoweek.com.





► 2012 Chevy Sonic makes a bungee jump!
When Chevrolet decided to launch the all-new Sonic in the States, it seems they took the word 'launch' a little too seriously. On the back of research that showed extreme sports to be highly popular within the car's 18-30 target customer range, the company decided to make quite an impact by throwing a car from the top of a ten storey tower in Long Beach, California. Well, we say impact. But just before it plummeted to the ground, the all-new Aveo dipped its nose in a paddling pool and bounced back up in an incredible display of non-contact automotive bungee-jumping. The stunt was performed as part of Chevrolet's 'Let's do this' marketing campaign in the USA. The Bungee Jump is the second extreme sport in which the Aveo has participated. Last month, the car was launched more quickly than any car in history -- accelerating from 0-60mph in just 0.4 seconds as it was pushed out of an aeroplane, to perform its first freefall skydive.





2012 Chevrolet Sonic Review
Chevrolet joins the subcompact class with this new Sonic. Sold around the world, this little car is built in North America to replace the Aveo. From www.motormouth.ca





2012 Chevrolet Sonic LTZ Turbo
Generations have grown up trained to shop the import brands for a good subcompact car. Sonic is out to make waves in the segment and change that kind of thinking. Tom Voelk takes a look at a turbo LTZ model.




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