Currently at about 65k miles and burning a quart of oil every 1k miles. Keep it planted long enough and there is a distinct but buttery upshift when the trans chooses the taller output ratio. The day after I bought it it was on the news as one of the only small cars that passed the safety tests. What good is a Mustang-beating 400 lb-ft of torque if you can't even do burnouts? We also have Certified Pre-Owned Chevrolet models that give you extra peace of mind, as well as used cars from other top automakers to provide you with variety. For taller people, it just doesn't sit at a comfortable location. And while the base model is somewhat spartan, it comes standard with power windows, air-conditioning and a radio.
Pleasantly surprised at how much cargo it can hold. I could try out the services and decide whether to subscribe to their service. The 2014 Chevrolet Sonic has a below-average reliability rating of 2. It handles great albeit the steering is numb but the ride is a bit rougher than bigger cars. The rest of the car is pretty much unchanged, though enhancements have been made to the Spark's smartphone connectivity late availability. The unit can choose to route torque from the output pulley through a low ratio for quicker acceleration or a taller one for calmer highway cruising. The only things I miss are cruise control and power locks.
But most people want a comforted ride where they don't feel every bump or dip. Little of substance has changed with this year's model. The existing warranty covers the engine through June 2020. Not a sqeak or rattle or even wind noise intrude on iterior noise but just a bit of road noise from the tires. The rest of the car is pretty much unchanged, though enhancements have been made to the Spark's smartphone connectivity late availability. See the Owners Manual for more information. I've put almost 6,000 miles on it so far.
In addition to stylish looks, the all-new Spark has a surprising amount of storage capacity for its size. I drive high speed highway, city and rural mountain roads and the 5-speed Spark handles it all with ease. Our Take on the 2014 Chevrolet Spark Editor's note: This review was written in October 2012 about the 2013 Chevrolet Spark. Not available with special finance or lease offers. It still took a glacial 11. EngineFilter selectedEngineList, null ; engineFilter. The Spark is Chevrolet's U.
In between is a more reasonable 7 hours on a 240-volt line. They also have a very good service department at this dealership and Phil is great to work with. Please contact Sam at 706-353-7673. It is also a 4-door and rear seat access is excellent. That being said I get an astonishing 43. I have read the automatic transmission vehicles are jerky and have a hard time getting up to speed.
I highly recommend the manual. Will not be my Last. Bright lively color options like Lemonade, Grape Ice, and Jalapeno help Spark Stand out in a crowd, and those colors are color coordinated on the inside of the car as well. For taller people, it just doesn't sit at a comfortable location. Sporty, motorcycle-like gauges add further visual interest, featuring both a traditional speedometer and a digital multifunction display.
While the size of the car is nothing too new, its styling and packaging act as the main attractions. We evaluated and found that licking any glue from the 84-hp 1. The Bad: - Road noise. The 2014 Chevrolet Spark has two things going for it: a low total cost of ownership and a good safety rating for the. Chevrolet estimates a Spark with a manual transmission will accelerate from zero to 60 mph in 10. It's the perfect mode for highways. SinceLastVisitFilter false, 1557470103383 ; listingsSearchManager.
Mine is blue but they really look great in red. Stop out or call for details. Call, click, or e-mail us today!! Inspected and ready to go. It also has more cargo space than many of it's sub-compact big brothers 31. With the five-speed manual transmission, there's adequate acceleration for merging onto freeways. It takes around 17 hours to fully charge when plugged into a standard 120-volt outlet.
Agreed to meet and take car for test drive within the hour. All fees and programming subject to change. I have the 5 speed manual and it gets up an goes pretty quick. Children are safer when properly secured in a rear seat in the appropriate child restraint. They cost more, but Chevy's own Sonic, along with the Ford Fiesta, Kia Rio and Nissan Versa Note are more substantial and appealing to drive. It handles well and has a much more powerful engine.
The comfortable front seats have a good amount of headroom, and the rear seats are roomier than those in rival hatchbacks. I'm glad I bought a Spark and will consider buying another in the future. Features are minimal with the Spark. At higher speeds such as freeway driving, the Spark can feel jumpy. Noise: Is pretty noisy; doesn't seem to be much sound deadening.