The 2016 Chevrolet Spark has certainly grown up from its angsty, angular styling found in the first-generation car. But, Chevrolet has kept one thing down: its MSRP.
Chevrolet says the aggressive pricing was done to continue the courting of new buyers to the brand. 45-percent of Spark buyers were new to the Chevy brand in Canada.
$9,995 earns you plenty of standard features, however. There’s a standard seven-inch touchscreen housing the latest Chevrolet MyLink system. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto Capability is present, too, along with OnStar 4G LTE wireless. And, on the safety front, 10 air bags are standard.
“The new Spark offers Canadians incredibly advanced technology and connectivity features, outstanding fuel efficiency, and greater safety technology than any other mini car out there, all for an incredible value” said Nicolas Longpré, assistant brand manager for Chevrolet. “Spark keeps its owners connected with standard onboard Wi-Fi connectivity and is the first vehicle in the segment to offer both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility – all of these standard features add up to make Spark the Ultimate Mobile Device.”