Who knew you could maneuver around the city in such a small, personality-rich subcompact hatchback for such a low price? The brand-new 2013 Chevrolet Spark is attracting quite a lot of attention all over the country. To find out if the 2013 Chevy Spark is right for your needs, read this article.
Compact, Lively Engine
When designing the engine for the 2013 Chevrolet Spark, Chevy engineers wanted to pack as much power as possible into a small design to produce an engine that’s both powerful and efficient. The result: a 1.2-liter four-cylinder engine that is able to keep pace on the highway while still earning 32 mpg in the city and 38 on the highway.
The Chevrolet Spark is not only small enough to slide into just about any parking space, but it is also incredibly agile and easy to guide through sharp turns and tight corners. Thanks to large wheels, electric power steering, and stiff front dampers, the newest Chevy Spark both easy and fun to drive in the city.
Although the Chevrolet Spark is technically an economy car, there’s nothing about the Spark that feels cheap. Step into the interior of the Chevy Spark and you won’t believe how little it costs. Body-color trim, a digital tachometer, and a whopping 31.2 cubic feet of total cargo space with the rear seats folded are just a few of the touches that set the Chevy Spark apart from the competition.
If you want to feel like you’re in a car of the future without spending more money than necessary, the Chevrolet Spark can be equipped with cutting-edge features like a seven-inch touchscreen with Chevy MyLink, and Bluetooth.
Are you thinking about choosing the Chevy Spark for your Atlanta commute? See what makes the 2013 Chevrolet Spark a subcompact hatchback with the most vibrant personality in America by taking it for a test drive at Nash Chevrolet. Check out our inventory on our website, and call us at (770) 963-9266 for more information.