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Admittedly, "fast," "cool," and "tech-savvy" are not the first words many people think of when they think of subcompact cars. But this year, the zippy Chevy Sonic returns, back and better than ever, with a more powerful base engine, a new paint color option, and a refreshed interior packed with the most technology in its class. This year, you can choose to get your Sonic in a bold new neon green color called "Shock." The infotainment system found on the latest Sonic, which is a seven-inch infotainment display screen complete with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, is the best in its class. There are also more safety features - both standard and available - that make the Sonic safer than ever. In fact, with all the safety amenities it offers, the Sonic earns a top-notch five-star crash test rating.
This year, the Colorado introduces the latest infotainment technology, the Infotainment 3 system. You'll love how quick it is to respond to your input, whether you're using the touchscreen or voice controls. Infotainment 3 also includes Apple CarPlay and Android Auto capabilities to display smartphone apps on the central touchscreen. The system also adds more USB ports both front and rear, so all passengers can keep their device batteries in good working order.
This mid-size pickup gives you a lot of options, including two body styles, two body lengths, and five trim levels. Choose from the Base, Work Truck, LT, Z71, and ZR2 trims. All of these options make it easy pick out the Colorado that perfectly suits your needs.