So where does the Orlando fit in? It looks similarly sized to the Equinox/Terrain.
That hood on the Sonic looks expensive. I recall many internal battles over the LaCrosse hood because of it's "bird's beak" creases. Sonic has even more pronounced creases.
Killing HHR was a bad idea. I love mine, and would get another one in a heart beat.
Do you know if this Sonic is a pre-production model or are they now actual production models?
BTW: Found out the constraint on the Crystal Red Metallic Tintcoat has been lifted!
I'm still crossing my fingers that I'll get mine in September!
The Sonic will sell like crazy if priced and marketed right. Great looking small car.
I still don't like the Orlando, no matter how many pics I see (or real world sightings). Utilitarian for sure given its boxy shape, but aesthetically... Ugh...
The Sonic/Aveo looks really nice. I am not a fan of the sedan's rear end, but the front and that crease on the sedan's doors are nice styling touches: enough to give it character without getting into the 'too busy' category.
I like how the sedan's trunk lid fips up into a spoiler. Reminds me of the 1 series.
The Sonic sedan is a pretty sharp looking car.
Pony Car: an affordable, compact, highly styled car with a sporty or performance-oriented image and an available V8.
I wonder why'd they'd put "Turbo" on the Sonic if it's only going to be 138hp. Seems it would have to be over 170hp for it to be even noticed.
If I recall correctly, I think the Orlando will have 185hp. I hope there will be video reviews of the Orlando. I'd be curious to see people try to "smuggle" it in the US.
The Opel Astra and VW Scirocco need to be in North America.
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