2014 Chevy Sonic Pricing
Chevy did very little to the Chevy Sonic for 2014, but why should they have? The 2013 model did phenomenally well, and the design team already invested a fair amount of time into the Sonic RS sedan and the Sonic Dusk. As such, not much has changed in the way of 2014 Chevy Sonic pricing.
The 2014 Sonic sedan, in dealerships now, gets a starting MSRP of $14,995 (including destination) while the hatchback variant begins at $15,995 (including destination). Standard for the LTZ and RS trims is a rearview camera, although it is also available for the LT model. An available package (that we’d recommend) includes a power sunroof, fog lamps, and Chevrolet MyLink, but drivers can also opt for a safety package that includes forward collision alert and a lane-departure warning system.
New interior colors for the Sonic include Cool Blue, Ashen Gray Metallic, and Red Hot.
The Sonic RS sedan and the Sonic Dusk won’t hit dealerships until sometime this spring and will carry steeper price tags. The RS will sell for $20,530, while the Sonic Dusk will start at $20,945. These models are powered by 1.4-liter four-cylinder engines that throw down 138 hp. Only the RS comes with a six-speed manual gearbox that features unique gearing.
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