With standard features like the Chevy MyLink connectivity system, 10 airbags and a dynamic driving experience, Chevrolet Denver says it will be easy to love the new 2013 Chevrolet Spark when it debuts later this year—and thanks to a low MSRP and simplified pricing, it will be easy to buy, too.
According to Chevrolet Dealers Washington State, the new Spark was designed to compete against mini-cars like the Fiat 500 and Scion iQ—although the Chevy delivers more passenger and cargo volume—and it will be available in three trim levels. Further, all are so filled with content that the only options are an automatic transmission, engine-block heater and premium Black Granite paint. Everything else is included in the vehicles MSRPs, with highlights as follows:
Spark LS—With a sticker price of $12,995, the starting point of the Spark lineup brings features like a peppy and efficient 1.2-liter Ecotec engine, five-speed manual transmission, air conditioning, power windows, 10 airbags, rear-window wiper, 60/40 split-folding rear seats, outside temperature display, electronic stability control with traction control and brake assist, and a six-month introductory subscription to the OnStar Directions & Connections plan.
Spark 1LT—Including all equipment from the LS model, the Spark 1LT has an MSRP of $14,495 as well as additional content such as a seven-inch color touchscreen radio with Chevrolet MyLink, Bluetooth functionality, steering-wheel-mounted audio controls, USB port, three-month trial subscription to Sirius XM Radio, power door locks, remote keyless entry, power exterior mirrors, and cruise control
Spark 2LT—The price of admission to the range-topping Spark is $15,795, and that includes all the features found on the LS and 1LT versions, then ups the ante with leatherette seating with heated front seats, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and numerous exterior upgrades. Providing a distinctive appearance to the Spark 2LT are exclusive alloy wheels and silver-painted roof rails; a chrome liftgate handle, exhaust outlet and beltline molding; body-color sport fascias and lower rocker moldings; and special upper- and lower-grille inserts.
“With the Spark Chevrolet has the opportunity to connect with a new generation of car buyers who expect more from every product they purchase,” said Chris Perry, vice president of Chevrolet Global Marketing. “So we wanted to make the process of choosing a Spark as simple as possible by reducing the number of stand-alone options and providing more standard content to each trim level at a competitive price.”
For more details about the Chevrolet Spark, stop by Chevrolet Dealers In Connecticut or your local Chevrolet dealer.