We all know the capabilities of the Chevy Spark. The affordable (starting at $12,660) fuel-efficient vehicle offers everything a driver could possibly want, including an abundance of technology, a variety of safety features, and a clever, stylish design. While those factors are consistent in each and every Spark, there are several ways you can make your car stand out.
By designing a Spark with the Chevy website, a driver can customize their ride to their liking. There are countless combinations you could go with as you’re determining your ideal trims, exterior colors, and options. Have you considered purchasing a Chevy Spark in Miami? Continue reading to learn of your many options to personalize the vehicle…
This is perhaps the toughest choice, as the Spark offers six perfectly-competent trim options, each with their own specific capabilities. This even includes the most-affordable option, the LS Manual ($13,535). The trim offers a number of safety technologies (like the StabiliTrak Electronic Stability Control System with Traction Control and the Rear Vision Camera), as well as the Chevy MyLink technology and the accompanying seven-inch color touch-screen. The LS Automatic ($14,635) features all of the same amenities except for the inclusion of an automatic transmission.
The next step up is the 1LT Manual, which adds in SiriusXM Satellite Radio, an adaptive cruise control system, steering wheel mounted controls, and theft-prevention technology. The manual starts at $15,560, while the automatic costs an extra thousand ($16,660).
Finally, the 2LT trim offers everything a driver could possibly want. The interior gets a boost in luxury via the leather-wrapped steering wheel. On the outside of the vehicle, drivers will find a chrome liftgate and chrome belt line moldings. The manual version starts at $17,060, and the automatic comes in at $18,160.
A pair of decisions are actually made for you when designing your 2016 Spark, including the 15-inch steel wheels and the Jet Black interior. Otherwise, customers will have the opportunity to pick their vehicle’s exterior color, and that decisions certainly won’t be easy. There are ten options to choose from:
- Lime (Metallic)
- Electric Blue (Metallic)
- Silver Ice (Metallic)
- Summit White
- Kalamata (Metallic)
- Toasted Marshmallow (Metallic)
- Splash (Metallic)
- Titanium (Metallic)
- Premium Black Granite (Metallic)
Based on which trim you opt for, you’ll get either the five-speed manual transmission or the continuous variable automatic transmission. Furthermore, you’ll automatically receive the ECOTEC 1.4-liter DOHC 4-cylinder engine, capable of producing 98 horsepower and 94 pounds-feet of torque. Perhaps most impressive is the fuel economy, as the Spark can deliver a 41 mile per gallon highway efficiency.
Other options include a power sunroof, which costs an extra $1,000 to add. Of course, if you’re going to be driving your Spark during the summer, we believe this is an amenity that you won’t want to go without.
You can truly make your Spark your own, which is an opportunity few prospective car owner get. Customers can choose between one of six trim options, one of ten exterior colors, and any of the many exterior and interior options. Sure, the decision may be difficult, but we’re sure you won’t mind stressing over the vehicle’s many options.
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