The exclusive importer and distributor of Chevrolet in the Philippines, The Covenant Car Company Inc. (TCCCI), has officially appointed UAAP Women’s Volleyball MVP and team captain of the Ateneo Lady Eagles, Alyssa Valdez, as the Sports and Lifestyle Ambassador for the 2015 Chevy Sonic.
Valdez learned the sport in her early years from her 2 brothers. From there she has made her way to becoming back-to-back MVPs, gaining numerous best scorer awards in the UAAP to representing the Philippines in the 2015 Southeast Asian Games. Her charisma also makes her one of the most followed volleyball stars in the country. Combining this all together, it is no wonder that TCCCI made her the Sport and Lifestyle Ambassador for the 2015 Sonic.
President and Managing Director of Chevrolet Philippines, Atty. Albert B. Arcilla believes that this subcompact car that comes in both 5-door hatchback and 4-door sedan versions exhibits characteristics similar to the multi-awarded athlete – smart, vibrant, capable and strong in mind, body, and heart.
The 1.4L ECOTECH engine, which has been commended for the driving experience it gives and for its pocket friendly fuel efficiency, makes it a strong and dependable vehicle much like how Valdez when it comes to volleyball.
Its Corvette-inspired cockpit has been hooked up with a steering wheel mounted audio controls, rear parking sensors, Bluetooth connectivity, and the Chevy Mylink system. The Chevy Mylink system is a touchscreen infotainment system that has an easy to use interface that allows users to synchronize and access phone contacts, apps, photos, music, and is compatible with most smartphones today helping you enjoy the driving experience.
With prices starting at P718,888, this subcompact comes with a 5 year or 100,000 kilometer (whichever comes first) warranty, assuring its new owners a worry-free ownership experience.
Not to mention, it’s a whole lot sexier than before.
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