2012 Chevy Sonic 2LS, First Look, O'Donnell Chevrolet Buick, San Gabriel, CA 91776

The all new Chevy Sonic, in Inferno Orange metallic, is such a great quality compact vehicle. We were impressed with its features and price tag upon our first review. The simplicity of this vehicle is hardly seen with its progressive instrument display, to include the RPM gauge and Speedometer/Driver Information Center. Its hard to believe that Chevy actually put a 6-speed transmission in this inexpensive sedan. You have to test drive it to feel its power and comfort. This is a new Chevy! Chevy Runs Deep. They've turned a corner and we really like where they're taking us. Find us online at http://www.ODchevy.com or call us at 626-285-3600 with any vehicle requests or questions. Feel free to ask for one of our dealer managers: Jason, Ken or Hugo. They are prepared to help you and answer all your questions. Thank you for viewing our video and channel.

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