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By Cars.com Staff
June 18, 2014
The Chevrolet Spark is a four-door hatchback that boasts city-friendly dimensions and Chevrolet's available MyLink multimedia system. Slotting below the subcompact Sonic, which is more than a foot longer in hatchback form, the Spark competes with a handful of minicars in the U.S.: the Smart ForTwo, Scion iQ and Fiat 500. An all-electric Spark EV is available in California and Oregon.
(Skip to details on the: Spark EV) New for 2015 The OnStar communication system adds 4G LTE internet connectivity with a built-in Wi-Fi hotspot. A three-month/3-gigabyte data trial is included.
The below is a list of highlighted features and not an exhaustive list. Features are standard unless otherwise noted. Exterior Highlights
144.7-inch overall length
15-inch alloy wheels
Body-colored door handles
Available fog lights
Available roof rails
Seats up to four
Cloth seats; simulated leather available
11.4 cubic feet of cargo room behind backseat; 31.2 cubic feet of maximum cargo space
AM/FM stereo with MP3 jack, outside temperature display
Available cruise control
Available power locks
Available steering-wheel audio and phone controls
Available MyLink multimedia system with MP3 jack, USB port, Bluetooth streaming audio and Apple Siri Eyes Free voice recognition with compatible iPhone
Under the Hood
84-horsepower, 1.2-liter four-cylinder engine
Five-speed manual transmission; optional CVT
Required in every new car: front airbags, antilock brakes and an electronic stability system
Six months of OnStar service provided, including automatic crash notification, stolen vehicle assistance and roadside assistance
Spark EV The Spark EV is an all-electric version of Chevrolet's minicar and the brand's first purely battery-powered car. (Chevrolet's Volt uses a gasoline engine that sustains charge once its electric range is depleted.) The car's approximate range is 82 miles, and like other electric cars such as the Nissan Leaf and Ford Focus Electric, the Spark EV won't move once the battery is drained. It is sold only in Oregon and California, and Chevrolet hasn’t said whether it will be offered in other states. What's Special
New OnStar communication system adds 4G LTE internet connectivity with a built-in Wi-Fi hotspot
New 3.87:1 final drive ratio for quicker acceleration
Powered by an electric motor and lithium-ion battery pack
Charging time of about seven hours with 240-volt service, 20 hours with a 120-volt outlet
Available DC quick charging is designed to replenish 80 percent of the battery in about 20 minutes
Digital instrument cluster
Range-extending elements include low-rolling-resistance tires, active shutters and a rear spoiler