Life is full of choices, and now you have a few more to make. The configurator for the 2012 Chevrolet Sonic is up and running, so you're choices may now decide how productive you wish to be at work today. Thankfully, Chevrolet has reduced your number of choices a great deal, because the 2012 Sonic is an easy car to configure.

This all-new compact is available in two body style flavors. You can go with a hatchback or sedan, and both are offered in either the LS, LT or LTZ trim. We opted for a Summit White Sonic hatchback in the top-tier LTZ trim. From there, we decided to go with the 138-horsepower 1.4-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine and paired it with the six-speed manual gearbox. Ticking the box for the sunroof brings our grand total to $18,785.

How will you build your own 2012 Sonic? Head over to the Chevrolet configurator page, then sound off in the comments below.

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