Chevy Sonic Production Ends In October, Makes Room For Bolt EUV

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One more car for sale in the United States gets the axe because Chevrolet confirms the long-rumored demise of the Sonic. It has been available in the US since the 2012 model year.

“We notified Chevrolet dealers in June of our plans to end production of the Chevrolet Sonic in October, due to declining demand,” Chevy spokesperson Kevin Kelly told Motor1.com. “This action also paves the way for the Orion Township Assembly Plant to prepare for production of the refreshed Bolt EV and Bolt EUV, which will go into production in 2021. The workforce at Orion will not be affected by this decision.”

As an example of the falling demand, Chevy delivered just 13,971 Sonics in 2019, which was a 32.2 percent drop from 2018. The model hasn’t performed much better through the first half of 2020 because the automaker moved 6,452 examples of the vehicle, which was…

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